Three controversial new board members of PTT Plc have vowed to continue their drive for greater transparency at the oil and gas conglomerate despite strong criticism from opponents who expressed fears they would push forward a plan to sell more state enterprises.
Members of Thai Energy Reform Watch display signs protesting against the National Council for Peace and Order’s recent appointment of a new chairman and directors at PTT Plc. PAWAT LAOPAISARNTAKSIN
Ex-energy minister Piyasvasti Amranand together with former energy permanent secretary Pornchai Rujiprapha and former deputy energy permanent secretary Karujit Nakornthap were appointed to the PTT board last Friday amid a push by the junta for board shake-ups at state enterprises.
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