Thailand’s more than $400-million lawsuit against local duty-free shops operator to go ahead

A judge at Thailand’s central court for corruption and misconduct said that a lawsuit against local duty-free shops operator King Power International Co. Ltd. for short-changing the government of 14 billion Thai baht ($422.5 million) should go ahead, The Guardian reported. The lawsuit alleges that King Power and one of its executives colluded with airport employees to pay the government only a 3% slice of duty-free revenues. The judge ordered the lawsuit should proceed against 14 officials of Airport of Thailand P.C.L., three King Power companies and one company official. 
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