General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. gets some encouraging news in its search for up to 15 billion baht ($424.6 million) in loans from local banks. Export-Import Bank of Thailand President Apichai Boontherawara tells the Bangkok Post the firm is ready to offer financial aid to the auto maker, as GM Thailand’s investments are helping turn the country into an auto-manufacturing hub. Apichai says granting a loan to GM also means a number of Thai jobs will be saved. GM Thailand has asked the ...

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