The new Thai government wants to change the vehicle tax system to put more emphasis on alternative energy. The Bangkok Post reports Industry Minister Wannarat Channukul plans talks with the finance and energy ministries about changing the tax structure designed by the previous government, which focused on carbon emissions. He favors encouraging more use of alternative energy, especially ethanol and biodiesel. The newspaper quotes an unnamed industry ministry source as saying many ...

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