Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd. says a new political crisis in Thailand is having no effect on the auto maker’s plans. Thailand Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej last week declared a state of emergency amid clashes on Bangkok streets between supporters of the ruling People Power Party-led government and the opposition People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD), leading to one dead and 43 injured. Toyota Thailand President Mitsuhiro Sonoda says the auto maker’s diesel-engine and hybrid-Camry ...

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