Organizers of the Bangkok International Motor Show say vehicle orders were down 30% in the first three days of the week-long event, which runs through April 8. Industry analysts say the show is an indicator of the Thai auto industry’s outlook for the remainder of the year. They blame the decline on the country’s current political and economic climate. About 3,000 vehicles were bought during the show’s first three days, down from year-ago’s 4,332, show organizers say. Toyota Motor ...

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