Thai auto makers already hiring workers to handle a perceived rise in vehicle exports are being warned the increase may be short-lived as stimulus measures in foreign markets come to an end. Thai Automotive Industry Assn. President Suparat Sirisuwanangkura says there has been a clear improvement in overseas shipments in recent months. Thai exports rose more than 9% to top 40,000 units in August, from 36,555 in July. The figures remain well off the average 70,000 units per month last ...

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