Auto makers exhibiting at the Thailand International Motor Expo are told they could see sales jump 66% thanks to the government’s first-time buyer incentive program. Organizer Kwanchai Paphatphong estimates 50,000 vehicles will be sold during the 12-day event Nov 29.-Dec. 10, up from 30,000 in 2011 as the forecast number of visitors rises to 1.6 million from 1.3 million at last year’s flood-affected event. Kwanchai tells the Bangkok Post it will be the last chance for ...

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