BANGKOK -- An Australian gold miner’s arbitration case against Thailand’s ruling military junta has put the spotlight on a constitutional law that gives the government sweeping power to intervene on any matter it sees fit.
Kingsgate Consolidated has launched the first international arbitration case against the military government, which came to power in 2014, over the closure of one of its mines in northern Thailand. The company is seeking “hundreds of millions of dollars” in compensation.
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