FUEL COSTS ROW
Oil and gas giant PTT Plc on Thursday came out to defend itself against all accusations against it, saying the attacks by a group led by Bangkok senator Rosana Tositrakul and critic ML Kornkasiwat Kasemsri were biased and only half-true.
Chief executive Pailin Chuchottaworn, said the group has misled the public about the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), or cooking gas, sold to the petrochemical and household sectors.
The group has staged street demonstrations in front of PTT's headquarters and the Energy Ministry since the end of last month to protest against the LPG price float for the household sector.
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