Thai Airways’ president Sumeth Damrongchaitham has asked the company’s senior executives to voluntarily take pay cuts and meet allowances in a bid to save costs. “The spirit of directors and high-level executives will be a signal to everyone in the organization that it is high time for us to join forces and do whatever we can to help the organization through this crisis. What can be sacrificed must be sacrificed,” he said, according to the Bangkok Post. He said ...


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