The Finance Ministry will be "accommodating" towards first-time car buyers who cannot make payments on cars bought through the government's populist policy, according to deputy minister Tanusak Lek-uthai.
"I will consult with the Comptroller-General's Office to see if we can hold talks with the auto leasing companies about whether some leeway can be given [if buyers cannot meet payments]," he said.
"I don't want to see the government having to sue people. I'm going to set as a policy that we have to help the people."
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