New-vehicle sales in Thailand are forecast to grow 10.4% this year, after soaring 45.8% to 800,357 units in 2010 and smashing through the 5-year-old record of 703,432. Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which collates data for the industry, says it expects national sales to reach 860,000 units in 2011. Last year ended with December sales up 29.2% to 93,122 units. New-car deliveries climbed 28.2% to 39,015, while commercial-vehicle jumped 29.9% to 54,107. Full-year 2010 passenger-car ...
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