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Labour federation opposes proposed rehabilitation scheme for THAI

 

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Thailand’s Federation of State Enterprise Labour Relations, the umbrella organization of state enterprise unions, has voiced its strong objection to a court-sanctioned rehabilitation scheme for Thai Airways International, saying that it does not trust the government-initiated plan.

 

Federation member unions, and staff of THAI, held a brain-storming session on Tuesday, to discuss the planned rehabilitation under the protection of the Thai bankruptcy law, and agreed to set up a parallel rehabilitation committee to monitor the official process.

 

In a statement, issued today, the federation claimed that THAI proposed its own rehabilitation plan two years ago, through the State Enterprise Policy Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. The plan was approved by the cabinet at that time, without the participation of the THAI labour union.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/labour-federation-opposes-proposed-rehabilitation-scheme-for-thai/

 

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oh dear. Just when you think that things cannot get worse.

 

Now please shut this failed company down and close the doors permenantly. Let the free market take its share of the business.

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

saying that it does not trust the government-initiated plan.

So, bit like 95% of the population with the Mr Cha Cha Cha and anything else proposed that doesn't involve buying military hardware

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4 hours ago, henry2109 said:

oh dear. Just when you think that things cannot get worse.

 

Now please shut this failed company down and close the doors permenantly. Let the free market take its share of the business.

If you lop-off the wings, stick a long-tailed propeller on the back it would pass as a submarine?

maybe the military would go for it?

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Fair go. The PM is still trying to sort out the overcharging on the 80 B lottery tickets. 

A few more years, or another decade and it will be fixed.

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No matter how you look at this, it smacks of Prayut government interference, Interference from Thai governments is nothing new, however , now's the time for Thai Int to make a clean start , ain't going to happen though.

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