Thailand new-vehicle sales rose 12.8% to 166,486 units in the first quarter compared with year-ago. The industry sailed to its first-quarter gain on the wings of a healthy March, which saw a tally of 67,554 units, or a 24.1% jump vs. like-2004, according to industry statistics compiled by Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd. Strong consumer confidence and ongoing economic growth more than offset concerns over rising fuel prices, Toyota says. Sales of 1-ton pickup trucks have been a major ...

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