The Thailand Automotive Institute says the auto industries in Singapore and Thailand are working to form a joint club to boost opportunities in their domestic and international markets. Institute Director Vallop Tiasiri tells the Bangkok Post that private-sector members will brief their respective economic ministers on the joint automotive club and set up a shared database. Automotive businesses from both countries have met three times and actively are working together. He says the ...

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