BANGKOK, May 25 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler plans to start assembling NGV-run Mercedes Benz cars in Thailand early next year to take advantage of the country's promotion of the cheaper and cleaner fuel, executives said on Thursday. The Thai-made E200 Mercedes Benz model would cost less than the imported version launched at a Thai motor show in 2005 at 4.14 million baht ($107,900), said Wolfgang Huppenbauer, President of DaimlerChrysler (Thailand) Ltd. High fuel prices have forced ...
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