BANGKOK, July 24 (Reuters) - Thai carmakers are expected to produce 560,077 cars and trucks in 2002, up from 410,000 in 2001, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) said on Wednesday. Atcharin Sarasas, chairman of the FTI's auto industry group, told reporters that of the total projected 2002 output, 174,738 units were destined for export. Toyota Motor Co , which compiles national figures on behalf of the Thai car industry, said this month that local sales of cars and commercial vehicles ...
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