Thailand’s auto parts makers are being asked by their Japanese parent companies to increase output to compensate for the bottleneck in the supply chain due the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan March 11. Some of the companies have increased working shifts from two to three, Thai Labor Protection and Welfare Department Director-General Amporn Nitisiri tells the Bangkok Post. However, Thai auto makers continue to feel the impact of the disaster in Japan. The Federation of ...

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