Jaguar Cars Ltd. is looking at assembling cars in Thailand for both domestic and export markets, as it seeks to raise its profile in the region. If the plan proceeds, Thailand will be the first location outside the U.K. to build Jaguars. Jaguar reportedly has had annual sales of about 100 units in Thailand in recent years. The auto maker will have its sales company operate as a unit of Premier Automotive Group (Thailand), cooperating with its Thai partner, Jaguar Cars (Thailand). The ...

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