Chevrolet Sales (Thailand) Ltd. says it is happy with the progress it has made since its entry into Thailand's market in 2000. "We are pleased with our investments,” President William Botwick tells the Bangkok Post newspaper. "There are always bumps on the road but the long-term horizon looks good,” he says. "We are very committed to our presence here, and we are adding capacity." The Chevrolet brand saw first-year Thailand sales of 1,500. In 2005, it surpassed 34,000 units and is in ...

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