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泰国4月份汽车产量降至30年来最低水平

2020-5-22 12:28

 

曼谷,5月21日(新华社)——泰国工业联合会(FTI)在周四的一份报告中表示,受新冠肺炎疫情的影响,4月份的汽车产量降至30年来的最低水平。


FTI报告称,4月份仅生产24711辆汽车,同比下降83.55%。


用于出口的汽车数量下降了81.76%,而用于国内消费的汽车数量下降了85.35%。


此外,泰国国内汽车销量为30109辆,同比下降65.02%,原因是人们的购买力下降,而汽车出口为20326辆,同比下降69.71%,原因是经济放缓。


FTI已将汽车行业的生产目标从200万辆下调至100万辆。


报告还说,尽管COVID-19疫情有所改善,但很少有人光顾汽车展厅。


报告称,如果出现第二波感染,汽车行业将进一步下滑。


稍早,FTI总裁Suphant Mongkolsuthree对媒体表示,4月工业信心指数为75.9,高于前一个月的88。


“由于COVID-19疫情爆发、政府封锁措施和干旱带来的不确定性,该指数跌至2009年4月以来的最低水平,”他说。


“一些企业,尤其是中小企业,由于流动性短缺,不得不放慢生产和投资,并裁员。”


根据FTI的调查,69.5%的企业对全球经济形势感到担忧,尤其是在新冠肺炎疫情导致海外订单大幅下降的情况下。

 

BANGKOK, May 21 (Xinhua) -- The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) said in a report on Thursday that automobile production fell to the lowest level in 30 years in April, impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The FTI report said only 24,711 automobiles were produced in April, down 83.55 percent year-on-year.

The number of vehicles produced for export had dropped 81.76 percent, while the number produced for domestic consumption was down 85.35 percent.

Also, the domestic sale of cars in Thailand was at 30,109, down 65.02 percent year-on-year due to the drop in people's purchasing power, while the export of automobiles was at 20,326, down 69.71 percent year-on-year owing to the economic slowdown.

The FTI has cut its production target for the automotive industry from 2 million to just 1 million.

The report also said that very few people had been visiting car showrooms even though the COVID-19 situation has improved.

It said that should there be a second wave of infections, the automobile industry will nosedive further.

Earlier, FTI President Suphant Mongkolsuthree told the media that the industrial confidence index in April stood at 75.9 from the previous month of 88.

"The index dropped to the lowest since April 2009 due to uncertainty following the COVID-19 outbreak, the government's lockdown measures and drought," he said.

"Some businesses, especially small and medium enterprises, have had to slow down their production and investment, as well as lay off employees due to liquidity shortages."

According to the FTI's survey, 69.5 percent of businesses are concerned about the global economic situation, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic had led to a massive drop in orders from overseas.

 

来自: xinhua