The Thai government delays a decision on duty exemptions on imported parts for hybrid cars and instead orders a broader review of incentives for other types of fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles. The Bangkok Post reports Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has agreed to the expanded study, to be conducted by the Finance, Industry and Energy ministries. Officials were given a month to come back to the cabinet with new proposals. The Finance Ministry already has approved a ...
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