Thai vehicle production is expected to surpass 2 million units this year, half of them for export, as auto makers bounce back from last year’s domestic floods and Japan’s earthquake and tsunami. The twin disasters slashed 2011 output 11.4% to 1.46 million units. Federation of Thai Industries' Automotive Industry Club Vice President Suparat Sirisuwan-nangkura says the industry could see total output of 2.1 million to 2.3 million units this year. Suparat tells The ...

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