Thailand’s National Industrial Committee has agreed to establish a facility for auto parts and vehicle certification, but says auto makers should help finance it. The Bangkok Post reports the NIC estimates the first phase of the facility would cost 6.8 billion baht ($222.3 million). The NIC already has inspection and testing facilities for some components, such as safety belts, as well as environmental and precision measurement at its laboratories in the state-run Bang Poo Industrial ...

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