The Thai government rejects a request from General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. for help in raising a loan of 3 billion baht ($86 million) for the auto makerâ€™s TB15 billion ($429 million) diesel-engine production project. â€śThis money is needed within three months or (the auto maker) said it will scrap this project, or probably delay it until the industry recovers,â€ť Industry Ministry Charnchai Chairungruang tells the Bangkok Post after meeting with GM Thailand President Steve Carlisle. The new ...
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