Volvo Car (Thailand) is viewing Thailand as an export base for the Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations region, targeting shipments of 4,000 units annually by 2005. The auto maker says it may exceed that target if Malaysia agrees to comply with the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement and eliminate its regional auto tariffs. Volvo, which has a vehicle assembly and parts plant in Thailand and an engine plant in Malaysia, this year plans to export 300 completely built-up cars and 700 semi-knocked-down ...
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