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GM cuts Thai workforce by 15% amid fierce competition

Over 300 jobs trimmed as sales sink despite expanding market

General Motors will lay off more than 300 employees at plants like this one in Thailand's Rayong Province.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- General Motors has eliminated over 300 jobs at plants in Thailand, reducing its labor force there by 15% as it struggles to break through in a market dominated by Japanese rivals.

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