Toyota Warns Thai Political Crisis May Thwart Investment Plans


By Yoko Kubota and Kentaro Sugiyama TOKYO, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp's warning it could rethink further investment plans in Thailand looks aimed at signalling its deep frustration over a drawn-out political crisis, but Japanese car makers are unlikely to scale back Thai operations any time soon. Until recently the likes of Toyota, Nissan Motor Co and Honda Motor Co have said mostly that anti-government protests in Bangkok, now in their third month, were having little impact on ...


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