The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) chairman on Sunday made a last-ditch bid to prevent moves to oust him, ordering members to suspend a meeting on Monday.
FTI chairman Payungsak Chartsutthipol on Saturday submitted a letter to FTI members saying that the committee meeting originally scheduled for Monday will be called off due to concerns that severe disagreements will arise.
"Those that are going to hold a meeting might be doing so according to their rights, but we [the FTI] have declared that there will be no meeting," said Mr Payungsak.
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