Thailand's position as the largest vehicle market in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations eventually will be surpassed by Indonesia, whose consumer market is four times as large. John Fleming, Ford Motor Co. executive vice president-global manufacturing and labor affairs, made the prediction while visiting the site of the new $450 million facility that will begin making the Ford Focus in two years. He tells the Bangkok Post newspaper Thailand now is the strongest market in ASEAN, ...

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