(Recasts adding quotes, detail) By Vithoon Amorn BANGKOK, Jan 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp [GM.UL] announced plans on Friday to spend 15 billion baht ($455 million) in Thailand over the next two years, reviving plans for a new diesel-engine plant and retooling existing production lines. The expansion at its existing plant in Thailand's Rayong Province, a region dubbed "the Detroit of Asia" for its large concentration of global carmakers, will be financed by 13.5 billion baht ...
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