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A Pugyota? Or even a Toyotroen?

The motor industry has long been known to be incestuous.  But look at just how incestuous.  Toyota Motor Europe and PSA Peugeot Citroën...

TNSC: Thai export to expand by 5.9% this year

BANGKOK, 31 July 2012  - The Thai National Shippers’ Council (TNSC) and Thammasat University have estimated that Thai export will expand by 5.9%...

Industry Ministry holds seminar, helps timber export in ASEAN

BANGKOK, 12 July 2012  – The Ministry of Industry today holds a seminar on timber industry to encourage timber exporters to develop their products...

China attacks Europe

  China, the world’s most populous nation, is not content to just making vehicles for home consumption, but is now entering the European market...

Thai export growth in October hits two-year record low

BANGKOK, Nov 22 –Thai exports in October were valued at US$17.19 billion, only 0.3 per cent growth, the lowest reported in two years, said...

Thai exports rise 19% in September

BANGKOK, Oct 21 - Thai exports in September were valued at US$21.5 billion, a 19 per cent increase, compared to the same period last...

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