The Thai government is raising the country’s 2010 vehicle-production target from 1.8 million units to 2 million. The change comes as Thailand’s auto industry prepares to produce 1 million vehicles later this month, It will be the first time it has reached that level, and does so a year ahead of schedule.(See related story: Thai New-Vehicle Sales Continue Climb) Industry Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit says in published reports the industry consistently has been beating its own ...

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