Ford Motor Co. (Thailand) says it expects sales to double to about 40,000 units annually this year. Last year, Ford sold 20,571 vehicles, for a 5% share of the Thai market. In the first two months of 2003, sales jumped 50% to 3,863 units. "We’re targeted to achieve total sales of around 40,000 units this year," Ford Thailand President Chatchai Bunnag says in a local media report. "Total sales are expected to reach 70,000 units over the next two years." Ford Thailand expects some ...

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