Falling domestic sales mean it is unlikely the Thai motor industry will meet the 2013 industry production target of 2.55 million vehicles. The Federation of Thai Industries, the auto industry club, says output after 10 months was up 7.1% to 2.115 million vehicles. But with production for the last two months forecast at 390,686 units, the 12-month total will come in at just 2.51 million vehicles. The club says October’s vehicle output fell 26.6% to 185,117 units, as domestic sales slid ...

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