Thai PM says Fiat keen to invest in flex-fuel car


BANGKOK, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Italian car maker Fiat is interested in investing in an ethanol-fuelled car project in Thailand, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Saturday. "Fiat is very interested in a flex-fuel car and we will have more discussions about such a project," Thaksin said in his weekly radio address after a visit to Italy last week. Flex-fuel cars use gasoline or ethanol or a combination of both. Thaksin said Fiat and an Italian business group would visit Thailand in ...

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