Indonesia is poised to overtake Thailand as Southeast Asia’s biggest car market for the first time since 2011 as the region’s most-populous nation delivers faster economic growth and greater political stability.
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Despite the Thailand’s on-going political turmoil, most automakers would remain investing in the country, being the hub for not only southeast Asia but also Japan. It is unlikely that automakers to make a short-term relocation even to their next automotive manufacturing hub in Indonesia.
However, in a longer term, it might be a question that rings the alarm if the Thai’s political turmoil persists.
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