Auto makers in Thailand are rehiring workers who have been laid off since last year as vehicle demand in both the domestic and export markets begins to recover. The Nation newspaper reports Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which cut 2,900 subcontracted workers through a voluntary retirement program, is rehiring 1,000 of them. The extra workers are needed due to increased demand for passenger cars, including the subcompact Vios and new Camry Hybrid midsize sedan. But The Nation quotes an ...

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