India’s Tata Motors Ltd. says it is confident it can succeed in Thailand’s pickup truck market, despite near total domination by Japanese brands. Tata plans to make Thailand its manufacturing hub to serve the Association of Southeast Asian Nations market. Tata Motors (Thailand) Co., a 70-30 joint venture between Tata and Thonburi Automotive Assembly Plant Co., will launch 1-ton pickup trucks carrying the Tata brand name in March. The 1.3 billion baht ($42.8 million) project will see ...

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