With auto factories operating at full capacity, the Thai government eases the delivery requirements for its first-time car-buyer tax-rebate program in a move analysts say could boost sales by 100,000 units. The change helps buyers unable to take delivery of their cars because of high demand and supply constraints following last year's floods. The scheme offers rebates of up to TB100,000 ($3,176). Car buyers qualify for the rebate as long as they register this year, even if delivery ...

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