Thailand’s auto market showed further signs of recovery in July, with sales of 43,156 units down just 3.6% from prior-year’s 44,772. Deliveries in the important 1-ton pickup-truck segment rose 4.5% to 22,255, from 21,290 year-ago, marking the first time in 14 months sales in the sector have increased from like-2008. However, new-car deliveries tumbled for the third month in a row, down 9% to 17,533 units, which The Bangkok Post attributes to buyers waiting for new-model releases. ...
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