Confident Thailand’s automotive industry eventually will recover from the long-running political crisis gripping Bangkok, Ford says it is in the Southeast Asian country for the duration. In the face of the instability, Thai vehicle sales fell from 1.4 million units in 2012 to 1.3 million last year and are forecast to drop to 1 million this year. But Ford ASEAN President Matt Bradley tells a news conference the automaker has reaffirmed its commitment to the kingdom with its application ...

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