The new chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries pledges to patch up differences among members and revamp the way the FTI elects its chairman, which are deemed the main issues causing conflict within Thailand's largest private organisation.
Supant Mongkolsuthree (right) was appointed the new chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries, replacing Payungsak Chartsutthipol (holding microphone). Wisit Thamngern
"That will be my top priority," said Supant Mongkolsuthree, who was appointed as the new FTI chairman yesterday, replacing outgoing Payungsak Chartsutthipol.
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