BMW AG plans to invest 600 million baht ($14.2 million) this year to add an assembly line at its Rayong, Thailand, plant for production of its new 7-Series luxury sedan. The German auto maker will use its Thai plant as an export base for Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) markets. A second phase of expansion, which includes the construction of a paint shop, is planned for the next three years at a cost of E20 million ($19.7 million). “The expansion investment affirms our ...

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