The Thailand auto industry, rocked by a military coup and a market rebalancing, saw domestic sales plunge 40.5% in first-half 2014 to 440,911 units, and the market leader predicts full-year volume will fall below 1 million. Toyota Thailand, which collates data for the Thai industry, says first-half passenger-vehicle sales dived 47.8% to 183,720 units, while commercial-vehicle deliveries dropped 33.8% to 257,191, with the important 1-ton pickup market off 35.0% to 212,024. Toyota leads the ...

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