After years of failing to privatise itself, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) has come up with a new plan to mobilise cash by launching an infrastructure fund.
An injection of funds will help cut the country’s public debt, says Mr Soonchai. APICHART JINAKUL
New governor Soonchai Kumnoonsate said the second unit of the North Bangkok Power Plant (NBK), now under construction, will be the first asset to be sold to the public through the infrastructure fund.
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