Local automakers have expressed concern that the current improvement in vehicle exports may be short-lived as the global automotive industry will likely undergo a W-shaped recovery. Statistics show a clear improvement in exports in recent months, but industry executives are concerned the recovery might not be sustained, said Suparat Sirisuwanangkura, the president of the Thai Automotive Industry Association. (Bangkok Post)
Auto exports risk new slump
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