General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. has accomplished its year-long goal by securing a syndicated loan to fund a 15 billion baht ($455 million) diesel-engine plant and expand its pickup-truck production facility. The auto maker and Chevrolet Sales (Thailand) Ltd. will participate in a signing ceremony this Friday in Bangkok, attended by the country’s Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanich, as well as chiefs from the Bangkok Bank PCL, Siam Commercial Bank PCL and Tisco Bank PCL. The Bangkok Post ...
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