The Thai government predicts annual eco-car production will soar almost 60% to 935,000 units within five years as next year’s second phase of its promotion of high-fuel-efficiency, low-emissions cars attracts new investment in small vehicles. The program launched in 2007 attracted investment of TB28.8 billion ($921.6 million) from Mitsubishi, Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Suzuki, producing a combined annual capacity of 585,000 units. Board of Investment Secretary-General Udom ...

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