General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. tells the Thai government it will continue with plans to turn Thailand into its hub for Southeast Asian operations and will not lay off workers, despite parent General Motors Corp.’s U.S. bankruptcy filing Monday. GM Southeast Asian Operations and Chevrolet Sales (Thailand) Ltd. CEO Steve Carlisle reaffirms to Industry Minister Charnchai Chairungrueng the company will expand its investment in Thailand, which he says has potential to expand the market to other ...
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