King Power monopoly assured

19 09 2018

Some time ago a private individual – former anti-graft official, Chanchai Aitsarasenalux – accused airport monopoly holder King Power and Airports of Thailand with failing to collect 14 billion baht that should have been paid to the state. He took them to court.

The outcome is now available. As usual, big money and military connections help, and a “judge at the Central Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases said on Tuesday Mr Chanchai ‘was not an affected party, therefore he cannot sue in this case’.”

Case closed without investigation. Taxpayers potentially screwed again.

Maybe not. Chanchai says he will appeal.

The fabulously wealthy clan with a royally-bestowed family name that own King Power is available here, here and here.