General Motors Corp.’s expansion in China and Vietnam will not affect its investment in Thailand, GM Asia/Pacific President Nick Reilly says. “Thailand’s growth will be significant compared to other countries in the region,” he tells the Bangkok Post newspaper. “We are using it as a production base. “The Thai market will pick up again. It could be worth 800,000 to 900,000 units by 2010. Thailand is significant. As for us, we have increased our market from 2% five or six years ago to 7% ...

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