BANGKOK – German and French ambassadors to Thailand are warning that a proposed Thailand-Japan free-trade agreement (FTA) threatens to undermine millions of dollars of investments made by European auto makers in Thailand over the last decade. In jeopardy are the sale of European cars assembled in Thailand by BMW AG, DaimlerChrysler AG, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Volkswagen AG and Volvo Cars. (See related story: EU Admonishes Thais Not to Drop Tariffs On Japanese Cars) BMW 1-Series Prime ...

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