REGIONAL: Company News Analysis

June 2003
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Jun2003, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p5
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This article overviews electronics, aviation, pharmaceuticals and banking industry in Thailand and Vietnam as of June 2003. The Vietnamese joint venture of Japanese electronics company, Sony Corp. is set to begin local production of camcorders in Vietnam in August 2003. Japan's Matsushita Electric Works Ltd. will invest one billion Thailand bahts in its fifth Thai production and distribution plant. The Khon Kaen, Vietnam facility will act as the company's new export base for the Indochina market. Thai Airways International PLC has signed a letter of intent to purchase eight aircraft from France's Airbus Inc.


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