Thai government officials say Ford Motor Co. is considering developing a regional research and vehicle technology development center in Thailand. Pairash Thajchayapong, National Science and Technology Development Agency president, says Ford is interested in establishing the center at a Bangkok science park. Ford also is looking at Australia, Singapore, China and India for the center, but Thai officials are confident that Ford is close to choosing Thailand because of lower costs and high ...

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