Tata Motors Ltd. cancels its 7 billion baht ($216.2 million) eco-car project, saying it will instead introduce a version of its Nano low-cost vehicle in Thailand. The Indian auto maker failed to meet the Thai Board of Investment's March 31 deadline to submit details of its eco-car project. As a result, the investment promotion certificate awarded to Tata 18 months ago was terminated, an unidentified company executive tells the Bangkok Post. The source says Tata abandoned its eco-car ...

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