Eco-cars will be priced between TB500,000 ($15,850) and TB600,000 ($19,022) when they go on sale in Thailand within the next two years, a government official predicts. However, exact prices will depend on the individual auto makers, says Satit Chanvirakul, secretary general of the Thai Board of Investment. The cost of the fuel-efficient small cars is unusually high due to the Board’s tough specifications, he says. To qualify for government incentives, eco-cars must achieve fuel economy ...

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