Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co. Ltd is asking for another cut in excise taxes for its eco-cars, saying the Thai government moved the goalposts after the auto maker agreed to build the vehicles. When the country’s eco-car project first was launched, the government settled on a 17% excise-tax rate, rather than the standard 30%, in order to encourage widespread development of the small, fuel-efficient cars. Additionally, Thailand recently decided to reduce excise taxes on E85-compatible ...

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