Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd. is asking the Thai government to reduce excise taxes on certain hybrid-electric vehicles to boost sales and support the domestic campaign to reduce the use of fossil fuels. Toyota Thailand Vice Chairman Ninnart Chaithirapinyo says replacing gasoline engine cars with HEVs is an interim solution for reducing gasoline consumption before the commercialization of hydrogen cars in the next 20 years. Toyota Prius Hybrids are on average double the price of ...

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