Ford Motor Co. aims to double its annual sales in Thailand to 40,000 units next year, from a projected 20,000 units this year, officials say. The auto maker has set an export target of 80,000-90,000 units next year, exceeding current levels, which are on pace to reach 70,000. The hikes in local sales and exports mean that next year Ford will fully utilize the 130,000-unit capacity at its Rayong province, Thailand, plant, where it builds pickup trucks and passenger cars. Ford has ...
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