Auto makers and distributors are being encouraged to provide standardized fuel-consumption ratings and energy-efficiency labels for all vehicles sold in Thailand. Thailand’s Energy Policy and Planning Office Director-General Metta Banturngsuket tells the Bangkok Post newspaper mileage ratings will be set using results of emission tests by the Pollution Control Department equivalent to Euro 3 emissions standards. The mileage ratings will be printed on orange labels indicating an ...

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