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21. news | 03 Apr 2013
» Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak dissolved parliament on Wednesday, calling a general election that will determine whether his ruling coalition extends its unbroken hold on power since independence in 1957.
22. learning | 14 Mar 2010
» Imagine my surprise last week when a mouse stuck its head out of my car air-conditioner. It was late at night in the car park of Channel 3. It seems this little mouse had made a home in my car for more than a few days, w...
23. business | 01 May 2013
» Tata Motors, India's biggest car maker, has put off a planned new assembly plant worth 10 billion baht to serve the Asean market, saying its sales are not yet large enough for any expansion.
24. business | 19 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Thailand's motor vehicle production and sales remained robust in March, with production rising by 34.3% year-on-year and vehicle shipments by 14.4%.
25. learning | 14 Sep 2011
» First car buyer refunds will cost govt 30 billion paid for by taxing car industry. Lawsuits for those who game the system.
26. news | 28 Mar 2013
» Indonesia is the biggest market Hyundai is forgoing, an increasingly risky decision as growth in United States auto sales slows and competition intensifies in China. Demand in Indonesia, with twice Japan's 127 millio...
27. news | 25 Apr 2013
» Four men were killed in a car crash in Nakhon Ratchasima province on Thursday morning, police said.
28. business | 27 Mar 2013
» The government may issue a second invitation for its eco-car project to help spur automobile production, say well-placed sources.
29. learning | 08 Apr 2011
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» Smartphones are emerging as essential navigation aids while driving and may even drive the car by themselves one day (Google Driverless Car).
30. news | 02 Apr 2013
» Chitwalai Srisaengchai bought a car last year to take advantage of a Thai tax rebate and now spends 70% of her salary on the loan. She is also giving the Bank of Thailand another reason to resist monetary easing.