The government should focus on the flood situation before talking about rehabilitation plans for businesses, says Toyota Motor Thailand (TMT)....
The Thai Hire Purchase Association expects the government's first-car programme will boost auto loans next year over Bt900 billion, up...
Despite disrupted supply of components and parts from Japan, Thai manufacturers in the automotive and electronics sectors see only a slim chance of massive layoffs. Expecting the disruption to end soon, they realise that layoffs could create a long-term problem amid the tight labour market.
The 32nd Bangkok International Motor Show finished up successfully with the booking of over 33,000 vehicles, well above the 28,000 target. Nevertheless, as small cars ruled the show, the combined value of sold vehicles was short of the Bt40 billion target.
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