Thai new-vehicle sales fell for the fifth straight month in October, down 15.4% to 48,942 units from 57,860 year-ago. October’s total was for the lowest monthly result so far this year. Shrinking demand for commercial vehicles dragged the total market down, despite an increase in new-car sales, says Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles sales data for the industry. October usually is the start of the high season for vehicle buying in Thailand. Dwindling sales can be blamed ...

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