BANGKOK, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co said on Monday it will set up a $60 million regional auto research and development centre in Thailand. The Japanese auto maker said Bangkok-based Honda R&D Asia Pacific Co would open in 2007 with 120 employees charged with developing local car parts, product planning, auto design research and testing. "This will be an important step forward in the increasingly sophisticated automobile operations being undertaken in Thailand," Satoshi ...
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