BANGKOK, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Thailand and the Philippines will work together to set regional standards for biofuel from easily available crops and lower crude oil import bills, the two energy importing nations said on Tuesday. Both countries, which host assembly lines of international auto makers, also pledged to push car producers to use engines suitable for ethanol-blended fuel. "Given the need to have concerted regional efforts, the Philippines is endorsing Thailand to be the ASEAN ...
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