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Thai Airways struggling with huge debt, executives asked to take

Thai Airways International, the national flag carrier, appears to be in a deep financial crisis and may have to delay debt repayments or seek new loans. THAI president Sumet Damrongchaitham said this morning (Monday) that he has asked the company’s executives, himself included, to cut their meeting allowances and remuneration voluntarily to show spirit in […]Read More

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Thai Airways executives face blame if rehab stalls

Thai Airways International (THAI) executives must shoulder the blame if they fail to move ahead with the rehabilitation plan for the debt-ridden airline by March next year, Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said. The State Enterprises Policy Commission, known as the “superboard”, will assess the rehabilitation performance of seven state enterprises that are losing money, including […]Read More

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Court to trial son of Red Bull executive

The Southern Bangkok Criminal Court has set 10am on May 8 to arraign Vorayuth Yoovidhya, 28, the son of a senior Red Bull executive, on three charges involving the crash of his Ferrari into a motorcycle that killed the policeman driving it. Reucha Kraireuk, a member of the public prosecutors’ office attached to the court, […]Read More

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Red Bull heir may have taken cocaine

The doctor who conducted blood tests suggesting that Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya might have used cocaine will be summoned for questioning Tuesday. Vorayuth is believed to be behind the September 3 hit-and-run accident that killed Thong Lor policeman Pol Snr Sgt-Major Wichian Klanprasert. Read more: The NationRead More

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Bangkok Bank denied its executive posting offensive language against monarchy

BANGKOK, 2 March 2012 (NNT) – The Bangkok Bank denied its executive had posted messages deemed offensive to the monarchy, claiming it was the work of a computer hacker. Bangkok Bank Executive Vice President Chaiyarit Anuchitworawong said following a complaint by the Bank’s President Chartsiri Sophonpanich to the Department of Special Investigation that Mr. Chartsiri’s […]Read More

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Blair ‘very confident’ about Thailand’s future

Thailand, despite suffering through a severe flood crisis and other difficulties, still has great potential for business and growth in the face of a fast-changing global environment, former British prime minister Tony Blair said. Speaking to hundreds of Thai and foreign executives yesterday at the CEO Forum organised by the Board of Investment, Blair said […]Read More