The annual shareholders meeting of Thai Airways International (THAI) on Tuesday turned into a forum to attack absent board member Ampon Kittiampon for his actions when he was chairman of the airline.
Disgruntled small shareholders turned the meeting at the Royal Air Force auditorium into an avenue to reprimand airline executives, with Mr Ampon their main target for complaints about financial losses.
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