THAILAND: Nestle halts production at facilities in Thailand

By Katie Smith | 9 November 2011

Nestle has confirmed that production at two of its factories in Thailand has stopped, as a result of floods that hit the country late last month.

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Nestle has confirmed that production at two of its factories in Thailand has stopped, as a result of floods that hit the country late last month.

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