Auto parts maker Continental Automotive plans to shift its focus to the domestic market this year to stave off foreign exchange risk and cater to growing car production in Thailand.
Exports are expected to account for 30% of the company’s sales this year, down from 60% last year, says Mr Chambers. SURAPOL PROMSAKA NA SAKOLNAKORN
According to Thomas Chambers, managing director of Continental Automotive (Thailand), exports are expected to account for 30% of the company's sales this year against 60% last year.
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