The Thai government is planning to cut import tariffs on completely built-up cars with E85-capable engines from 80% to 60%. Energy Minister Wannarat Channukul tells the Bangkok Post the cabinet also has approved a proposal to exempt import tax on seven more flex-fuel car parts, in addition to the eight components that already are tax-free. “The excise tax on a finished car that runs on E85 will also be reduced by 3%,” Wannarat is quoted as saying, adding the Energy Ministry will attempt ...

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