Eco-car push includes Nissan Almera.
The Thailand Automotive Institute revises its 5-year industry master plan to focus mainly on alternative energy and become a top-10 global auto producer by 2014. Director Wallop Tiasiri says the institute is inviting executives from 14 automotive and components companies to discuss setting up the phase three of the master plan covering 2012-2016, as well as setting new targets for vehicle production. The first phase of the master plan covered 2002-2006 and concentrated on pickup ...
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