Volkswagen AG and Suzuki Motor Corp. reportedly are in negotiations to develop an eco-car in Thailand. An unidentified senior official at the Thai Board of Investment confirms the German and Japanese auto makers are exploring collaborative possibilities, the Bangkok Post newspaper reports. Late last year, Suzuki at a groundbreaking ceremony in Thailand reaffirmed its plans for its 7.5 billion baht ($231.6 million) eco-car venture. The two auto makers in 2009 established a long-term ...
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