Thailand is the fastest-growing market for Ford Motor Co, and the US carmaker plans to continue expanding its local business through new product launches and dealership expansion.
"Thai customers are smart. They look for new technology. Through our convenient dealership network - an area where Toyota has a competent footprint - it is exciting to see Ford compete with Toyota," said James Farley, Ford's group vice-president for global marketing, sales and service.
Ford Sales & Service (Thailand) sold 29,200 units last year, up by 114% from 2010, making it one of the fastest-growing car brands in the country.
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