Ten auto manufacturers file applications to join the Thai government eco-car Phase 2 scheme, committing to spend a combined 139 billion baht ($4.3 billion) to build an additional 1.58 million units a year. Approval of all 10 applications will put Thailand well on the way to reaching its target of building 3 million vehicles a year by 2017. Board of Investment Secretary General Udom Wongviwatchai tells The Nation newspaper the 10 proposals have a combined capacity of 1.58 million units. It is ...

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