PTT Plc, Thailand's state-controlled energy company, is taking over management of a 7 billion baht ($182 million) fund to help finance the conversion of vehicles to use natural gas. Jointly set up in March by the Energy Conservation Promotion Fund and PTT, the fund has been managed by eight banks that offered low-interest loans to motorists and transport operators to convert their vehicles. But lending from the banks has not been forthcoming, due mainly to tough loan-guarantee ...

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