Thailand is pinning its hopes on its eco-car project to reach its goal of building 3 million vehicles a year by 2019. The Board of Trade is sticking to its target, the Bangkok Post reports, despite weak domestic demand following more than six months of political unrest that culminated in the military coup. “The eco-car project will play a crucial role to drive domestic production to achieve that goal,” Deputy Secretary Chokedee Kaewsang tells an automotive summit in Bangkok. He ...

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