Thailand officials say some Australian automotive suppliers are considering moving their operations to Thailand to take advantage of the free-trade agreement between the two countries. Vibulphan Juntarashote, Thailand Board of Investment assistant secretary-general, says the Australian companies suggested the move during the board’s recent road show to Sydney, Melbourne and Geelong. She says the suppliers are lured by Thailand’s production and labor costs, which are up to 30 times lower ...

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