Three countries file protests against the Thai government's tax rebate for first-car buyers, claiming it is an unfair and illegal trade practice because it excludes imported vehicles. Diplomats from the Malaysian, Indian and South Korean embassies sent protest notes to the Trade Negotiations Department of the Commerce Ministry, saying the scheme violates the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade of the World Trade Organization. The Bangkok Post reports embassy officials met after the ...
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