Tata Motor Thailand files a complaint with the Indian Embassy in Bangkok, saying Thailand's first-time car buyer program breaches trade rules by discriminating against imported vehicles. The Indian auto maker says it will cancel plans to import the low-priced Nano if changes are not made. The Bangkok Post reports other importers also are expected to complain through diplomatic channels after Thai Finance Ministry officials dismissed their concerns about the “impractical and unfair ...

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