Thailand made the right decision and Malaysia the wrong one when the two chose different roads for their car-making policy 35 years ago, BMW AG’s top Thailand executive, Karsten Engel, says in published reports. Engel, who is returning to Munich to take up a new position with the auto maker, says Thailand's open-door policy has given the country a good foundation to build a modern motor industry, creating industrial excellence, jobs and export opportunities. "Thailand made a decision ...

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