S. N.
October 2009
Forbes Asia;10/5/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 15, p82
The article focuses on the impact of global economic slowdown on the automobile industry in Thailand. It is stated that Thailand got 16 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) from the auto industry in 2008. It exported SI6.6 billion worth of vehicles, motorcycles and parts, but in 2009 its export reduced by 40 percent. Experts have forecasted that the government's efforts to stimulate the sector will not help, but have expressed optimism regarding its growth.


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