Thai new-vehicles sales declined 10.5% in October to 51,390 units from like-2005’s 57,399, leaving year-to-date sales down 4.0% at 539,840. Analysts blame high oil prices, severe flooding in large areas of the country and uncertainty over martial law following a military coup. Industry leader Toyota Motor Thailand Ltd. captured 46.6% of the market as its October sales reached 23,933 units, a 10.7% hike from year-ago’s 21,621. Second-place Isuzu Thailand Co. Ltd. saw sales fall 19.8% to ...

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