Honda Automobile (Thailand) plans to raise sales 27% this year and says it will add a shift at its plant north of Bangkok to meet the extra demand. President Atsushi Fujimoto says the auto maker is raising its sales target to 145,000 units this year as it launches its Brio eco-car in the first quarter. Fujimoto tells the Bangkok Post the company's export volume, mainly to Australia and Japan, will remain unchanged at 60,000 units because the stronger baht is making exports less ...
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