Thai new-vehicle sales declined 10.4% to 49,383 units in September amid military unrest and high diesel-fuel prices. Despite the overall decline, Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd. saw a 1.6% uptick in sales to 21,935 units. Isuzu Motors (Thailand) Ltd. followed with sales falling 13.1% to 10,632 units. In the new-car market, Toyota's sales increased 31.7% to 7,732 units for a 48.3% share of 16,020 total deliveries. Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co. Ltd. sales climbed 6.2% to 4,632 units. ...
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