The Japanese Chamber of Commerce wants Thai authorities to speed up approval of production shifts to Thailand after manufacturing plants in Japan were damaged by last month's disastrous earthquake and tsunami. Chamber Vice President Fukujiro Yamabe tells the Bangkok Post the automotive and electronics sectors are among the worst hit, and manufacturers need to switch some production from Japan to Thailand. “Japanese businesses need some special treatment from (Thailand’s) Board of ...

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