Toyota Motor Thailand Co. reportedly plans to close one of its four auto plants and transfer production and 950 workers to the other factories. A Toyota Thailand spokesman tells the Bangkok Post the decision to halt output at its Thai Auto Works factory on the outskirts of Bangkok May 31 was made last November and is unrelated to the country’s worst political unrest in two decades that now has escalated into urban warfare. The Thai army this week began firing on its own citizens after ...

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