Thai new-vehicle sales in June slid 12.4% to 55,532 units, for the fourth straight month of declines amid economic and political uncertainty. The Thailand Automotive Institute has cut its full-year sales forecast to 720,000-730,000 units. The lower forecast is due to soaring oil prices, inflation, political turmoil and an economic slowdown, TAI President Vallop Tiasiri tells reporters. He says these factors also could affect the government's plan to increase local vehicle sales to 1 ...

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