Pent-up demand and discounted prices pushed Thai new-vehicle deliveries up 12.6% to 57,860 units in October vs. like-2006 for the year’s best sales month. Buyers shrugged off economic uncertainty for an 8.1% increase from September’s 53,491 units, according to data from Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles figures for the industry. Year-to-date, new-vehicle deliveries are down 5.7% at 509,186 units compared with like-2006. Toyota continued to dominate the Thai industry in ...

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