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Slight drop in car bookings at motor show

Booking for vehicles during the 12-day auto exhibition in Bangkok reached 40,000 units, about 30 percent lower than the original prediction, the event...

Bangkok International Motor Show commences 27th March

What in my mind is the premier motor show in Thailand is the Bangkok International Motor Show.  It is being held at the...

The Thai-Australia FTA in action

Everyone’s rough idea of what a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) means, is that two countries can export/import to each other without duty, keeping the...

Motor Show 2012 successfully ended

BANGKOK, 8 April 2012  – The 12-day event of Bangkok International Motor Show which attracted a large number of car enthusiasts has finally come...

Some thoughts from the Motor Show

I began writing this part of the Automania column whilst in the Novotel in the Impact Arena where the Bangkok International Motor Show is...

The 33rd Bangkok International Motor Show

  Our motor show is on again this year from March 28 to April 8.  Once again it is going to be held at...

Mercedes-Benz kills off the overly expensive Maybach

An article, published by US news site Autoweek, quotes a “high ranking Mercedes-Benz source” as saying that the brand thinks it better to...

Who sold the most at the Bangkok International Motor Show?

Each year there is competition between the various manufacturers as to who can get the greatest number of cars out the door.  Having...

More on the Motor Show

If you are thinking of going up to Bangkok to see the 32nd International Motor Show this weekend, don’t go.  It finished on April...

Mutterings from the Bangkok International Motor Show

What is the most important item to take to the 32nd Bangkok International Motor Show?  A good stout pair of walking shoes!  The new...

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