Bangkok is covered in a sea of red, but Thailand’s new-car dealers are seeing a flood of green. As tens of thousands of red-shirted political protestors clog the capital’s streets, Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which collates industry data, reports February vehicle sales rose 57.7% from year-ago, to 54,175 units. It was the industry’s sixth-straight month of gains and represented the largest increase in more than seven years. But there remain concerns about future sales. Bangkok ...
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