Airports of Thailand - Facing yet more turmoil after recent recovery

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Airports of Thailand (AoT) faces an extremely challenging outlook, as predictions of a rapidly slowing economy and big reductions in inbound arrivals flow from escalating political unrest. The closure of Bangkok's two main airports in the last week of November - with no clear signs of a resolution (at the time of writing) - is crippling AoT's main sources of revenue.

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