The shortage of labor in Thailand’s auto sector is reaching a critical level, with an industry organization saying 250,000 more workers will be needed over the next three years to meet the national growth target. In that timeframe, vehicle output is expected to increase by as much as 800,000 units in addition to the 1.2 million currently produced, Thailand Automotive Institute Director Wallop Tiasiri tells the Bangkok Post. The increased output will require an additional 180,000 general ...

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