I´ll be brief.
After some not so succesfull negotiation attempts with the two oil providers in Thailand, I have decided to resolve to self-production to provide my company with the needed raw materials.
For that I have both published job offers and contacted already employed workers to offer salaries I believe best their former conditions.
The principle behind it is one and clear: achieving self-sufficiency.
I am not ready to pay 2 bahts for each oil unit. I´m sorry guys, but I am not. And what´s more, I think I can beat those prices.
But apparently some former presidency candidate didn´t like my attempts of "stealing" those key workers from "where they are needed".
Well, Mr Salgado, I´m afraid that I do not agree with your conception of "what thailand needs" is a protected monopolistic oil company. Or a few, constituing a petroligarchy.
It needs a competitive one. Or even better: a competitive lot. One (or more) that can provide the real engines of our ecountry the raw materials they need. At a fair price.
Good luck to OilHala and Internetium: be fair with your employees and you won´t risk losing them.
With all due respect,
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