Thailand’s vehicle production has fallen since Japan’s major earthquake and tsunami on March 11, but the industry says it doesn’t expect the loss to affect the country’s goal of manufacturing 1.8 million units this year. Thailand Automotive Institute Director Vallop Tiasiri tells the Bangkok Post output since the catastrophes has slipped 10% from normal daily production of 5,000 units. That amounts to a loss of 5,000 units every 10 days. March normally is a high-output period in ...
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