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A Thai court on Tuesday dismissed a 14 billion baht (£327 million) graft case against Airports of Thailand (AOT.BK) and duty-free retailer King Power, owner of the English Premier League club Leicester City. A former anti-graft official, Chanchai Aitsarasenalux, had in a private capacity sued executives from both firms last year. Airports of Thailand, which is 70-percent owned by the Thai government, and King Power had denied the allegations.
BANGKOK, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Thailand's low-cost carriers saw share prices falling nearly 7 percent in morning trade in Bangkok on Friday after they reported losses due to tough competition and higher fuel ...
Thai authorities said on Wednesday they have approved investment plans worth 29.63 billion baht (£675.39 million), including projects by two Japanese automakers to produce hybrid electric vehicles and batteries. Nissan Motor (Thailand), a unit of Nissan Motor Co will invest 10.96 billion baht in one venture while Honda Automobile (Thailand), a subsidiary of Honda Motor Co will spend 5.82 billion baht on its project, the Board of Investment (BOI) said in a statement. The agency said it also approved a tax break for Thai AirAsia X's 9.25 billion baht plan to lease six Airbus A330 aircraft, and for Mars Petcare (Thailand)'s 3.5 billion baht investment in pet food.
They will be part of its Thai Baht debenture programme. Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL) plans to launch a $1.03b (THB25b) debenture programme. According to an announcement, FCL's subsidiary Frasers Property ...