Thailand may allow foreign-owned enterprises to apply for loans from local banks, Finance Minister Korn Chatikavani tells The Nation newspaper. Only companies with majority Thai ownership currently are qualified to seek such loans. Korn says the finance ministry will hold talks with local financial institutions to consider requests for assistance from U.S. auto makers doing business in the country. However, he insists no special privileges will be offered to foreign manufacturers ...
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