The Thai government is considering overhauling the tax structure to increase incentives for environmentally friendly and fuel-efficient vehicles. A committee representing the finance, energy, natural resources and environment and justice ministries will oversee the tax review, says Thailand Excise Dept. Director General Areepong Bhoocha-oom. Officials from the National Economic and Social Development Board, the Federation of Thai Industries and Thai Chamber of Commerce also will be on ...

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