While the Thailand Automotive Institute reconfirms the country’s automotive manufacturing target of 1.1 million vehicles this year, some industry analysts suggest the target might not be achieved due to oil prices and customer complaints regarding the quality of locally assembled cars. But institute President Vallop Tiasiri says the country will see another golden year for vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers. Thai-built Ford Ranger The projected 1.1 million sales figure is an ...

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