Thailand’s automotive exports are rebounding from the country’s severe flooding faster than expected and will resume growth in second-quarter 2012, rather than in the second half as previously predicted. Vuthichai Duangratana, deputy director general-Commerce Ministry Department of International Trade Promotion, says exports of vehicles and parts are forecast to grow 11% this year after falling 7.9% to $12.3 billion last year. “Shipments of automobiles and parts have ...

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