If Thailand wants to produce 2 million vehicles annually by 2010, it can not rely solely on the 1-ton pickup truck to achieve its goal, Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co. Ltd. President Hiroshi Toda says. "The 1-ton pickup truck can't do it alone," Toda tells the Bangkok Post. "It needs a partner, not a sidekick, but a partner, with a status worthy of a champion product to drive automobile sales in both domestic and export markets." Toda says that partner most likely should be an A-segment ...

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