With fingers crossed, the Thailand Automotive Institute is predicting vehicle production in the country will reach its target of 1.8 million units in 2011. Director Vallop Tiasiri tells the Bangkok Post newspaper this only will happen if the economy is stable and the Thai currency is not too volatile. If Thailand’s economy recovers and the global financial crisis fades, output may even hit 2 million units next year, thanks to the planned introduction of new models including eco-cars, ...
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