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Bangkok auto show underway after coronavirus delays

Promoters work during the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show in Bangkok, Thailand, July 15, 2020. Thailand opened its twice-postponed annual auto show to the public in the country's first large-scale event since coronavirus restrictions eased, with nearly all attendees wearing masks and face shields. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Promoters work during the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show in Bangkok, Thailand, July 15, 2020. Thailand opened its twice-postponed annual auto show to the public in the country's first large-scale event since coronavirus restrictions eased,...more

Promoters work during the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show in Bangkok, Thailand, July 15, 2020. Thailand opened its twice-postponed annual auto show to the public in the country's first large-scale event since coronavirus restrictions eased, with nearly all attendees wearing masks and face shields. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A general view during the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A general view during the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A general view during the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People are seen through the screen of a thermal scanner. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People are seen through the screen of a thermal scanner. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People are seen through the screen of a thermal scanner. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Customers wear protective face masks. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Customers wear protective face masks. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Customers wear protective face masks. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A couple sits in a Mazda CX-5. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A couple sits in a Mazda CX-5. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A couple sits in a Mazda CX-5. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A promoter wears a face shield. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A promoter wears a face shield. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A promoter wears a face shield. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Ford Ranger Raptor 4x4 with Hamer Front Bull Bar. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Ford Ranger Raptor 4x4 with Hamer Front Bull Bar. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Ford Ranger Raptor 4x4 with Hamer Front Bull Bar. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A model leans against a Isuzu vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A model leans against a Isuzu vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A model leans against a Isuzu vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A customer sits inside a Lexus LM 300h. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits inside a Lexus LM 300h. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits inside a Lexus LM 300h. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Hyundai Kona Electric. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Hyundai Kona Electric. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Hyundai Kona Electric. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Customers are seen during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Customers are seen during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Customers are seen during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Lexus LM 300h. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Lexus LM 300h. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Lexus LM 300h. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Visitors wearing masks attend the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Visitors wearing masks attend the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Visitors wearing masks attend the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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The BMW M8. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

The BMW M8. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

The BMW M8. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A customer sits in a Mazda CX-8. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits in a Mazda CX-8. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits in a Mazda CX-8. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Nissan Kicks e-Power. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Nissan Kicks e-Power. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Nissan Kicks e-Power. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A staff member cleans a stairway. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A staff member cleans a stairway. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A staff member cleans a stairway. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Ford Mustang. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Ford Mustang. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Ford Mustang. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A model wearing a face shield poses with a Mitsubishi vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A model wearing a face shield poses with a Mitsubishi vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A model wearing a face shield poses with a Mitsubishi vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A worker carries a safety distance sign. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A worker carries a safety distance sign. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A worker carries a safety distance sign. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A woman wearing a face mask stands near the Mini Electric. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman wearing a face mask stands near the Mini Electric. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman wearing a face mask stands near the Mini Electric. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Models wearing face shields pose with an Audi TT RS Coupe. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Models wearing face shields pose with an Audi TT RS Coupe. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Models wearing face shields pose with an Audi TT RS Coupe. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People wearing face shields pose. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People wearing face shields pose. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People wearing face shields pose. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A model wearing a face shield poses with an Aston Martin DBX. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A model wearing a face shield poses with an Aston Martin DBX. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A model wearing a face shield poses with an Aston Martin DBX. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A customer sits in a Toyota Corolla Cross. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits in a Toyota Corolla Cross. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits in a Toyota Corolla Cross. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Staff members wearing face masks stand next to a toilet. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Staff members wearing face masks stand next to a toilet. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Staff members wearing face masks stand next to a toilet. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Vehicles are seen at the Nissan stand. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Vehicles are seen at the Nissan stand. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Vehicles are seen at the Nissan stand. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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MG ZS. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

MG ZS. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

MG ZS. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A customer sits inside a Lexus LM. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits inside a Lexus LM. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A customer sits inside a Lexus LM. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A general view during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A general view during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A general view during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Nissan Kicks e-Power vehicles. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Nissan Kicks e-Power vehicles. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Nissan Kicks e-Power vehicles. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Suzuki XL7. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Suzuki XL7. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Suzuki XL7. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People wear face masks during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People wear face masks during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People wear face masks during the media day. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A BMW M plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A BMW M plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A BMW M plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A sold sign is seen on the dashboard of a Mini Cooper S convertible. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A sold sign is seen on the dashboard of a Mini Cooper S convertible. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A sold sign is seen on the dashboard of a Mini Cooper S convertible. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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