A Thailand supplier began selling E85 this month, even though the only vehicle in the country that can run on the fuel is the Volvo S30. PTT Plc President and CEO Prasert Bunsumpun tells reporters the company aims to sell the fuel at 15 of its stations in Greater Bangkok by the end of this year. ‘’In the initial phase, Swedish Motors will import around 200-300 units of (Volvo flex-fuel cars) to serve demand,’’ he says. The government is backing the introduction of E85 by eliminating ...

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