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 maker’s TB15 billion ($429 million) diesel-engine production project. “This money is needed within three months or (the auto maker) said it will scrap this project, or probably delay it until the industry recovers,” Industry Ministry Charnchai Chairungruang tells the Bangkok Post after meeting with GM Thailand President Steve Carlisle. The new ...

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