Malaysian-based Sime Darby (Thailand) Ltd. aims to double its vehicle sales in Thailand this year to 4,000 units. The company, an authorized dealer for Mazda, Mitsubishi, BMW and Volvo brands, has spent 190 million baht ($4.63 million) to establish five new showrooms. It currently has four showrooms and a distribution outlet for Mazda, four showrooms for Mitsubishi and two showrooms each for BMW and Volvo. Director Tee Boon Kee says while rising fuel prices are affecting the market, ...

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