Scandal at Thai Wind Concern Threatens …

Asama Thanyaphan, the 40-year-old corporate accounts manager at Thai renewable energy firm Wind Energy Holdings, posted her resignation letter to bosses on a quiet Friday afternoon in Bangkok, on the eve of this year's long Labor Day weekend. By the time offices reopened and the company’s human relations department received her note, Asama was on the run in Laos, fearing for her safety. The unfolding scandal at WEH which her revelations exposed suggests that the founder of WEH, Nopporn Suppipat, and its new owner, Nop Narongdej, are at war over control of the company after Nopporn was forced to flee Thailand following accusations of

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