Thailand's surreal industrial park: crocodiles but no chips


* Industrial damage from floods may top $16 bln-FTI * Global Q4 HDD output seen down 30% on floods-research firm * PC shipments may fall as much as 20 pct in Q1-IDC By Ploy Ten Kate AYUTTHAYA, Thailand, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Knee-deep in foul-smelling water, workers are piling office equipment, documents and food onto fibre boats that ferry them from one building on Hana Microelectronics' 12-acre company site to another with more space on higher floors. It has been six weeks since ...

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