After Floods, Businesses Still Wary of Thailand – WSJ, October 5, 2012
A year after massive floods in the country disrupted the global supply chain for cars and electronics, most factories are at work again, but not always like before. Some foreign companies—having learned hard lessons about concentrating too much of their production in one country—are shifting to other parts of Southeast Asia…
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