Thai new-vehicle sales rose 13% in February to 49,227 units from prior-year, buoyed by a 45% jump in new-car deliveries. Year-to-date, new-vehicle sales were up 15.1% to 94,657 units, reports Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles sales data for the industry. February new-car deliveries of 15,102 units were at their highest level in 50 months, with the popularity of fuel-efficient models growing as gasoline prices continue to rise. Commercial-vehicle sales increased 1.3% to ...
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