Thailand’s new-vehicle sales plunged 45.5% in January to 68,508 units amid the increasingly violent political standoff between the government and street protesters. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s Medical Dept. says 19 people have been killed and 717 wounded in the violence since Nov 30. Toyota, which collates sales data for the Thai industry, says sales of new cars dropped 55.9% year-over-year to 26,406 units. Commercial-vehicle deliveries sank 36.2% to 42,102 units, ...

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