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TAI moves to 'Plan B' for R&D centre after state drags its feet

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The Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) plans to spend 200 million baht to expand its testing centre since the government has made little progress in moving ahead with a proposed new one. 

President Patima Jeerapaet said the TAI will ask for board approval in August or September.

Of the planned budget, 170 million baht will be spent on four-wheel testing machines and the rest to renovate testing centre buildings.

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