Thailand’s first-quarter automotive exports rose 42.8% to 51,444 units. The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) says the exports are worth 22.7 billion baht ($534 million), up 37.6%. Excluding engines and adding automotive parts, exports increased by 44.3% to TB34.8 billion ($818 million). Federation data shows first-quarter car and truck production rose 43.6% to 162,943 units. The increase was driven by sharply higher domestic sales, encouraged by low interest rates. Thai ...

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