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Car production in Thailand is expected to grow, according to the Federation of Thai Industries. With the rates of Covid-19 infections falling and the careful management of the semiconductor shortage, the target of 1.6 million units is expected to be surpassed. Lockdowns and other restrictions are being eased in many countries that buy cars produced in Thailand, which means that people will be out driving and buying cars again. Vehicle purchases went into decline during the pandemic. Then in the past few months there was a semiconductor shortage, which led to delays in automobile production across the globe. But Thai […]

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Again they live in a bubble its not how many you can make its how many you can sell for sure lots of people think at buy a new car when the old one is just taken back by the bank 

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39 minutes ago, Prosaap said:

Again they live in a bubble its not how many you can make its how many you can sell for sure lots of people think at buy a new car when the old one is just taken back by the bank 

Less of an issue in the export market maybe?

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Car sales are near zero right now. They think the economy will recover overnight. Alot of silly dreamers out there, who are completely detached from reality. 

Manufacturing might do OK, but domestic car and truck sales will drop dramatically here, and remain sluggish for a few years to come. The economy is utterly decimated. Thanks Prayuth. Nice work. 

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If Apple, the biggest customer in the world cannot get sufficient semiconductors, I fail to see how the Thai government can influence the situation. 

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Most car factory's worldwide are working very slowly or closed as they are waiting for micro chips to become available again in volume.

How can thailand be any different.

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16 hours ago, Tunafish said:

If Apple, the biggest customer in the world cannot get sufficient semiconductors, I fail to see how the Thai government can influence the situation. 

About the only thing the Thai government can influence, is asking the "Corruption commission" to not investigate one of it's own. 

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Forget personal transport unless it is EV .  Mandatory in less than 9 years anyway.

Personal cars and daily driving should be phased out for most.  Plenty of delivery services now. The future is Electric rail, simple EV scooter rentals, simple EV car rentals, vans or tour buses for longer trips is all that is needed.  The addiction to personal transport that pollutes the air needs to stop now. 

Climate change isn't going away people.  Look to the future

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