BANGKOK – Thailand’s automotive year begins in earnest with Toyota’s annual news conference held Jan. 22 at Bangkok’s Okura Prestige Hotel. It’s been a downhill slide for the Thai new-car market since 2012, when the government’s first-time new-car buyer scheme raised the market surge to new heights. With political turbulence added into the mix sales continued shrinking in 2014, this time by one-third to 881,832 units with cars tumbling 41.4% to 369,839 and ...


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