Artist’s conception of Thai entrepreneur’s F1 track and test facility.
Thailand’s auto industry appears on track to go from not having a vehicle research and testing center to have two competing government and privately operated facilities. The English-language The Nation newspaper reports the government’s Office of Industrial Economics and Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board are about to propose a TB8 billion ($270.2 million) vehicle research and testing center. The proposal going to the Strategic Committee for ...
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