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1. auto | 02 Dec 2013
» A:Wind concept points to new five-door hatchback sitting below the Swift
2. business | 06 Nov 2013
» Even though the government's first-time car buyer scheme finished almost a year ago, local used-car prices continue to tumble, hurting the new-car market, says Apple Auto Auction (Thailand), a Japanese-Thai firm.
3. business | 08 Nov 2013
» Mazda Motor Corporation, a Japanese car maker, is considering investing in the eco-car project phase two to beef up its market share in Thailand.
4. business | 25 Oct 2013
» The automotive battery market is expected to grow by 10% next year to 8 billion baht, driven by strong car sales, according to Thai Petroleum & Trading Co (TP&T), a maker and distributor of after-market auto products.
5. opinion | 18 Oct 2013
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» Today's turbulence in emerging-market equity markets has triggered a wave of obituaries for their growth miracles of recent decades. But confusing short-term wobbles with terminal decline is a gross misreading of wha...
6. news | 20 Oct 2013
» It counted some of the world's greatest sportsmen among its clients, from car racer Alain Prost to Zinedine Zidane, but the French maker of Booster sports socks, BV Sport, faced the classic challenge of conquering a ...
7. news | 21 Nov 2013
» A car bomb ripped through a packed food market north of Baghdad on Thursday, killing 30 people, as Iraq's death toll for 2013 from a surge in violence nationwide capped 5,800.
8. learning | 07 Jun 2013
» Used cars usually retain value at 30% of new price. Likely drop to 50% of new car price with govt 1st car scheme flood of new cars.
9. business | 23 Oct 2013
» Japanese car giant Toyota Motor Corporation has declared its intention to participate in the second phase of Thailand's eco-car scheme.
10. business | 18 Oct 2013
» Car makers are vowing to clear 130,000 vehicles by year-end from back orders incurred under the first-time car buyer scheme.