By Chawadee Nualkhair and Chang-Ran Kim BANGKOK/TOKYO, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Joe Goh, a business development director at Thai auto parts maker AAPICO Hitech PCL , is facing challenges many competitors in the West can only dream of. "We've got to have more capacity," he said, describing plans to kick off a new plant in mid-2006 and possibly seek partners outside Thailand for more opportunities to expand. "We have to double our people." Goh's situation -- shared by many of his peers -- is ...
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