The Thailand Automotive Institute predicts domestic vehicle sales will reach 850,000 units this year, with exports of between 750,000 and 800,000 units. The domestic sales forecast represents a slight jump from 2010, when volume hit 800,357 units, according to Ward’s data. President Vallop Tiasiri says Thai domestic demand for new cars continues to grow, although supply disruption from disaster-stricken Japan has caused delivery delays to customers. He tells the Bangkok Post it will ...

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