Thai new-vehicle sales in the year’s first half declined 13.0% to 292,514 units, as June marked the sixth consecutive month of falling demand in both the passenger- and commercial-vehicle segments. June sales slid 4.7% vs. year-ago to 53,222 units, reports Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles statistics for the industry. The June result was a slight improvement over May’s 51,364 deliveries. The political situation after last year’s military coup and the resulting economic ...

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