BANGKOK – In automotive terms, Thailand is most readily associated with the Japanese auto makers that arrived here some 50 years ago, intent on making the country’s auto industry a focal point for their outsourcing operations. Since then, Ford and General Motors also have identified Thailand as a key hub. Now, although their historical relationship has been less than close, globalization is forging strong links between the Australian auto industry and Thailand. Geographical ...

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