In an effort to promote the use of alternative fuels, Thailand's government has approved a proposal to exempt natural gas vehicle (NGV) engines from the current average tax rate of 10%. In addition, the tax on imported used engines modified for NGVs will be exempted for two years, Deputy Finance Minister Varathep Rattanakorn says. Few NGV engines are imported, but industry analysts expect the numbers now to rise. The government also has asked the Small and Medium Enterprises Development ...

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