Australian auto-parts makers are moving to Thailand with the Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce (Austcham) helping the small- and medium-sized enterprises enter the local supply chain. Austcham President Leigh Scott-Kemmis says with Ford, General Motors and Toyota ending manufacturing in Australia by 2017, parts makers there are looking to Thailand. “There are significant aftermarkets in Australia for supply, parts manufacture (and) components manufacture for the auto sector and a lot ...

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