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ANNUAL REPORT 2014 Other service transactions were building rental paid to Thanomwongse Service Co., Ltd. This was booked as expense of the Company, Tipco F&B Co., Ltd. and Tipco Retail Co., Ltd. of 8.87 million Baht, 5.32 million Baht and 1.05 million Baht, respectively. The Audit Committee had taken serious consideration to prove that such rental was fair when compared with similar buildings and facilities services available in Bangkok. Approval was made by the Company’s Board of Directors, in which related Directors had no voting rights. The fuel purchasing transaction with Tipco Asphalt PCL, was done after surveying prices with other suppliers in order to make sure that this complied with the Company’s procurement standard under ISO quality system. The Necessity and Rationality of the Transactions The related transactions between the Company, subsidiaries and related persons who might conflict of interest are treated as normal business activities and needed to be approved by Audit Committee first and then the Board of Directors. This is in line with all endorsement procedures of the Company involving in price comparison and market price quotation policy. The Measure and Process of Related Party Transactions The related party transactions at the present continuing to the future, must be approved by both the Audit Committee and the Board of Directors. This is in line with all endorsement procedures of the Company involving in price comparison and supplier selection process, in which the Directors who have the conflict of interests must obtain from voting. Policies and Tendencies of Related Party Transactions in the Future The related party transactions, which occur at present and may continue to the future, are treated as normal business activities. There will be neither unusual transactions nor the transfers of interest between the Company, subsidiaries and related persons with possible conflicts of interest. The Company will have the Audit Committee or the Company’s auditor or independent expert to examine the suitability of prices and rationality of transactions and to make relevant remarks. Details, values and reasons on these transactions are required to publicly disclose and report to Shareholders’ Meeting and in the annual report. The Board of Directors has to comply with securities and exchange laws and regulations, announcement of the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Moreover, the Company has to strict with the disclosure of relevant transactions and acquisitions or sales of significant assets of the Company or subsidiaries in accordance with the accounting standard of the Institute of Certified Accounts and Auditors of Thailand. In case of any related party transactions between the Company, subsidiaries and related persons with possible conflict of interests, the Company must have the Audit Committee to examine the justification of these transactions. In case of any transactions that may be beyond the Audit Committee’s capability, the Company will establish independent expert or auditor team to do that before having any conclusions to propose to the Company’s Board of Directors or shareholders.


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