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AUTOMOBILES Harsh rules put brakes on eco-car project
03 Dec 2013 : Automakers are reluctant to join the eco-car project's second phase because some criteria are quite rigid, a seminar was told yesterday.
02 Dec 2013 : Teeradet Dumrongbhalasitr taps up the other side of a shelf divider for an herbal toothpaste brand. With four people working at dunnhumby's newest division, even this small task requires help from the team leader.
02 Dec 2013 : Stallions, a Thai motorcycle manufacturer, will start up its own 200-million-baht assembly plant this month, aimed at doubling sales to 12,000 units next year.
28 Nov 2013 : Thai Beverage Marketing Co is set to spend at least 1 billion baht to promote its Chang beer next year.
27 Nov 2013 : BMW, the German luxury-car maker, will begin motorcycle assembly for BMW Motorrad at its Rayong plant in the first quarter of 2014.
26 Nov 2013 : TOKYO : Toyota Motor Thailand (TMT) maintained its new vehicle sales target of 450,000 units this year, despite lingering weak demand following the end of the government's first-time car buyer scheme.
26 Nov 2013 : RAYONG : Japanese tyre maker Yokohama Rubber Co plans to double production capacity at its plant in Rayong in a bid to make Thailand its export base for Asean.
25 Nov 2013 : The Lao Securities Exchange (LSX) is preparing to celebrate its third birthday on Jan 11 but it will be a decidedly low-key affair in the Communist country that is still edging its way toward capitalism.
22 Nov 2013 : Toshiba Thailand expects sales this year will experience a flat growth, the first time in 15 years, due to a number of negative conditions.
22 Nov 2013 : Thai Rung Union Car Plc (TRU), an SET-listed vehicle assembler and auto parts maker, will build its third factory in Rayong next year, says managing director Sompong Phaoenchoke.
20 Nov 2013 : Asia Plus Securities has recommended investors underweight on Thai stocks based on its forecast listed companies' earnings growth will be lower next year.
19 Nov 2013 : SAIC Motor-CP Co, the Chinese-Thai car maker, is conducting a feasibility study about investing in a second plant here as it intends to make Thailand its manufacturing base for right-hand-drive vehicles to serve both the local and export markets.
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