Thailand’s vehicle production passes 2 million units for a calendar year for the first time, with the government setting a new target of 3 million units by 2017. Industry Ministry Permanent Secretary Vitoon Simachokdee says total production is expected to reach about 2.3 million units in 2012, including 1.3 million for the domestic market. Press reports indicate a record 252,165 vehicles were built in October, up 410% from a year ago when massive floods swamped manufacturers and ...

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