The Thai government appointed by the military junta is reviving an earlier policy of promoting the design and production of so-called EcoCars, this time under the banner “Agile, Clean, Economical and Safe” (ACES). Industry Minister Kosit Panpiemras says pickup trucks do not have to be the sole leading product for the automotive industry if others prove beneficial to the economy. "There's no problem if small and fuel-efficient cars (are) promoted as another champion product for the ...

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