M'bishi Motors warns of further sales drops in Thailand


TOKYO, July 30 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp warned on Tuesday of further falls in demand in Thailand, Southeast Asia's largest car market, after Bangkok ended subsidies for first-time buyers last year. Mitsubishi Motors, which operates three vehicle plants in Thailand, wants to cover the drop in demand by exporting vehicles to other countries within ASEAN and possibly Australia, Yoshihiro Kuroi, a senior executive officer told a news conference. Japan's ...


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