Toyota leads 2012 plant capacity with 700,000 units.
The Thailand Automotive Institute predicts auto makers in the country will produce more than 3 million units by 2015. But that depends on whether the region experiences natural disasters like the earthquake and tsunami that ravaged Japan a year ago, followed months later by severe domestic flooding. TAI Vice President Tasana Piriyaprut tells a seminar in Bangkok about 1 million units of the 2015 output would be for the local market and the rest for export, The Nation newspaper ...
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