Automobile companies participating at the 26th Thailand International Motor Expo are hoping the event will serve as consolation for a poor year for sales. Organisers of the Motor Expo say sales at this year’s event should be close to last year’s 17,000 vehicles. Positive factors include the easing recession, as well as more stable oil prices and the government’s stimulus packages. (The Nation)
Auto companies are banking on Motor Expo for a traditional year-end boost
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