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Union urges Thai Airways to include its voice in rehab plan

Chairman claims some workers' rights and benefits already curtailed

Thai Airways International Workers' Union chairman Sorayuth Homsukhon speaks during an interview. (Photo by Masayuki Yuda)

BANGKOK -- A union of Thai Airways International workers is urging the company's board to incorporate its opinions in the upcoming rehabilitation plan because workers' cooperation will be critical for the national flag carrier to recover.

"We plan to create a proposal to make sure workers' rights and benefits remain protected through the rehabilitation," said Sorayuth Homsukhon, chairman of the Thai Airways International Workers' Union (TGWU), in an exclusive interview with the Nikkei Asian Review.

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