BANGKOK – Thailand’s 28th annual International Motor Expo this month understandably is more subdued than past auto shows. With the country, economy and automobile industry all reeling after the region’s most devastating floods in half a century, the upbeat atmosphere that usually permeates the show is noticeably absent. Instead, the event more closely reflects the industry’s flat-out efforts to get back on its feet and look to the future. Simply staging the show ...
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