General Motors Corp. plans to triple production of its export-oriented factory in Thailand within the next few years, approaching capacity of 130,000 annually, officials say, despite a recent slowdown in output. For this year, officials see the slowdown continuing, with GM Thailand expecting export production to fall below 40,000 vehicles, compared with some 48,000 units in 2001. Officials blame the expected drop in production on the volatility of the global market after the Sept. 11, ...

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