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Great Wall aims to increase sales in Thailand with low-priced EVs

Chinese automaker makes inroads in market dominated by Japanese brands

Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor expects significant sales growth in Thailand. (Photo courtesy of the company)

BANGKOK -- After launching three competitively priced cars in Thailand over the last year, Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor looks to continue its aggressive growth strategy in the country, particularly in electric vehicles.

Great Wall expects to sell 20,000 units this year comprising five models, said Narong Sritalayon, managing director of Great Wall Motor (Thailand) at a news conference on Thursday.

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