After a 22.1% jump in first-half new-vehicle sales to a record 740,795 units, the Thai market is expected to see a slump in deliveries with the full-year result dropping 9.5% compared with year-ago to 1.3 million. Toyota Thailand, which collates national sales for the local industry, says first-half commercial-vehicle deliveries rose 11.4% to 388,744 units, while car purchases jumped 36.7% to 352,051. Within the CV segment, the 1-ton pickup market rose 6.8% to 326,195. “The ...

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