Mazda plans to boost its share of Thailand’s automotive market, saying the Association of Southeast Asian Nations era is about to arrive. Thailand was Mazda's sixth-largest market last year behind the U.S., China, Japan, Australia and Canada, and the auto maker expects it to break into the top five this year, surpassing Canada. Masahiro Moro, executive officer-global marketing, says Mazda considers Thailand both a key single market and a major production and export base in ...
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