Thai new-vehicle buyers appear to be shrugging off continuing political chaos in the country, as sales jumped 52.6% in March from year-ago to 63,067 units. The result marked the seventh straight month of year-on-year increases, driven by an improving economy and the introduction of new models, especially fuel-efficient vehicles, says Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles data for the industry. Vehicle deliveries in the year’s first three months surged 54.8% to 166,802. Toyota ...
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