Thailand is certain to miss its targets of exporting $319 billion baht ($10 billion) worth of auto parts and accessories and producing 2 million vehicles by 2010 due to a slump in the domestic automotive market and tough competition from emerging countries, industry leaders say. Sookjai Leungmekul, Federation of Thai Industries auto parts industry club director, says export growth for auto parts and accessories has been on a steady downward trend since early 2005, when the Thai baht began ...

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