Thailand’s new-vehicle sales slid 30.6% in February to 34,361 units, leaving year-to-date deliveries down 22.0% to 66,446. Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles data for the industry, released the figures as the country’s economic ministers agreed on a second stimulus package. Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva tells reporters the plan will involve spending 1.4 trillion baht ($39.1 billion) over two to three years. This follows a January stimulus package for TB116.7 billion ...

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