Thai new-vehicle sales in March fell 37.8% to 41,328 units from prior-year’s 66,456 in a month that saw a state of emergency declared in Bangkok as rioters sought to topple the government. The rioters also forced the abandonment of an Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit, with attendees evacuated from a hotel roof via helicopter. Federation of Thai Industries Deputy Secretary General Sommart Khunset acknowledges the political turmoil has portrayed an image of an uncivilized ...

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