The Thai Board of Investment rejects auto industry calls for an easing of the criteria for winning tax incentives to promote the government’s troubled eco-car production program. Industry Ministry Office of Industrial Economics head Arthit Vuthikaro says changing the criteria now would not be fair to auto makers that already have spent money to meet the regulations. The Bangkok Post says many companies whose eco-car projects already have been approved for the tax breaks say they are ...
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