BMW wants the military government in Thailand to provide tax incentives for manufacturers and buyers of electric vehicles and to spend money on plug-in recharging infrastructure. BMW Group Thailand President Matthias Pfalz says all local automakers are capable of building EVs if the government would provide attractive tax incentives and help drivers with a recharging network. The German automaker imports two EVs into Thailand, the ’14 BMW i8 and the ’15 BMW i3. “Those ...

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