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Ministry pushes for use of EVs in industrial sector to boost investment

In a bid to encourage investment in electric vehicles (EV), the Industry Ministry is joining hands with Siam Cement Group (SCG) to boost the use of EVs in the industrial sector.The ministry is also in the process of inviting other large companies like PTT and ...

The Nation Reporter

Long-stay visas, EVs to help spur economy

Deputy Prime Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow is planning to propose to the cabinet a plan to allow rich foreigners to enjoy long-stay visas in Thailand.According to Mr Supattanapong, the Centre for Economic Situation Administration (CESA) approved in principle on June 4 a scheme to offer long-stay ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Govt targets 30% electric-car production to tackle pollution

Thailand will target having electric vehicles account for 30% of car production by the end of the decade, as part of efforts to tackle toxic air pollution.The government wants to “accelerate the use and production of electric vehicles, with national strategies focusing on the environment ...

Thai auto industry must adapt quickly to EV production, govt warns

The Energy Ministry has warned that businesses in Thailand’s automotive industry must adapt quickly to the growing trend for electric vehicles (EVs).Prasert Sinsukpraser, who heads the ministry’s Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, said the Thai EV industry would grow rapidly between 2020 and ...

The Nation Reporter

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