BANGKOK — DaimlerChrysler AG will assemble Mercedes-Benz C-Class and S-Class models at its Thonburi Automotive Assembly plant in Thailand next year. DaimlerChrysler Southeast Asia President Frank Messer says Thailand will be the first country in Southeast Asia to get the new C-Class sedan. Thailand became the highest-growth market after the automaker's sales nearly tripled in the first five months of the year. Additionally, Mercedes models have regained the top spot in the luxury segment ...

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