Japanese companies may start investing to build factories in Indonesia and Vietnam after the...
Japanese companies may start investing to build factories in Indonesia and Vietnam after the flooding disaster in Thailand dramatically exposes a need to diversify manufacturing operations. Economist Tohru Nishihama sees the economic opportunity for Thailand's neighbors: "Indonesia has a large population and its domestic demand is quite strong, while Vietnam’s population is increasing."
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