The Thai government should continue to be open to auto industry discussions on strengthening the country's growth potential in the eyes of foreign auto makers, says Ford Association of Southeast Asian Nations President Peter Fleet. Ford is forecasting that rising incomes and a larger population will allow Indonesia to overtake Thailand in terms of overall domestic vehicle sales in the next few years. “Indonesia's population is nearly four times that of Thailand and with incomes rising ...

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