Daimler AG is calling for the Thai government to offer tax incentives on environmentally friendly diesel-engine technology. ‘’If Thailand wants to seriously focus on reduction of fuel consumption and crude oil imports, (the government) should consider tax offerings to make the diesel-engine vehicle more economically available in the market,’’ Klaus Fiereger, Daimler senior manager-engine design and mechanics research, tells a Bangkok symposium on diesel engines. ‘’The diesel engine has ...

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