Mazda is conducting a viability study into taking part in phase two of the Thai government’s eco-car project. Senior Managing Executive Yuji Nakamine, in Thailand for the launch of the Malaysian-built CX-5 CUV, tells the Bangkok Post newspaper Mazda is discussing the conditions and rules for the project. The Board of Investment has set a March 31 deadline for companies to submit eco-car investment plans. To win tax concessions under the scheme, companies have to spend at least ...

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