Photo Release: THAI receives SET Sustainability Report Awards 2014

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Thursday November 20, 2014 14:01
Bangkok--20 Nov--Thai Airways International

Mrs. Petchpring Sarasin (center), Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) Vice President of Corporate Image and Communication Department, represented THAI in accepting the Outstanding Sustainability Report Awards 2014 from Mrs. Kesara Manchusree (left), President, The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). The award ceremony was held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.

THAI has received the Outstanding Sustainability Report Awards for two consecutive years. Through the support of the Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission, THAI has registered as Thai CSR Club, to promote listed companies publish valuable public information in the form of sustainability report for investors.


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