By Vithoon Amorn BANGKOK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Thailand promised on Wednesday to liberalise its tax and tariff regime to help lure foreign investment as Bangkok bids to become a regional hub for the auto, electronics and food industries. Finance Minister Thanong Bidaya called on foreign businessmen at a luncheon in Bangkok to give him proposals on how the country could better attract their money. "Our auto industry expects to achieve 1 million vehicle annual production this year, of ...
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