Thailand’s vehicle exports, up 20% year-on-year, are forecast to reach 175,000 units this year. The Thailand Automobile Institution says the trend will continue, with exports reaching 300,000 units annually by 2005. Officials tell local reporters that by 2004 Isuzu Motors Ltd. and General Motors Corp. plan to increase their exports by 50,000 units each, while Toyota Motor Corp. is aiming at about 100,000 units and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is targeting exports of 60,000 units. The ...
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