BANGKOK — Combined new vehicle sales of the top four Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations markets grew by 7.8% in the first six months of the year over like-2000, a published report says. Thailand boasted the most significant rise, up 14.5% to 140,018 units, with June as its biggest sales month. Malaysia’s sales through June reached 182,222 units, up 11% from 163,721 sold in 2000. Indonesia boasted a year-on-year rise of 4.3% to 132,057 vehicles. In the Philippines, however, the auto market ...
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