General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. is halting production for two months, citing the difficult domestic market and its U.S. parent’s financial problems. Chartchai Suwanasevok, GM director of public relations for Thailand and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, says existing vehicle supply exceeds demand and production will be suspended in December and January. “Since we foresee that the production until the end of this year through early next year is enough to meet the demand, we ...

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