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In a recent announcement, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) expressed concerns that the planned closures of Suzuki and Subaru production facilities in Thailand could undermine investor confidence in the auto industry. Last month, Suzuki Motor (Thailand) revealed its decision to cease all factory operations in Thailand by the end of 2025. The company cited … …

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I'm not sure why either manufacturer was wise in thinking they could make inroads into the Thai market with their vehicles.

If they were just manufacturing here and exporting to other markets, it might make some sense but there isn't enough of a domestic market for the number of manufacturers that set up shop here.

How many have left now?  Chevrolet left, now these two.  I'm not sure if others have already folded their tents.

I don't see how this would influence "investor confidence" in the auto industry, though.  It's just the market shaking itself out.

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