Hyundai Thailand will enter the commercial-vehicle segment to cash in on increased demand after the recent massive floods. President Yoshiaki Ichimura tells The Nation newspaper Hyundai will reveal its plans for CVs at the Bangkok International Motor Show 2012, to run March 28-April 18. “We see great potential for commercial vehicles in the Thai market, which amounts to more than 400,000 units per annum, of which about one-third are big commercial vehicles,” Ichimura is ...

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