New-vehicle sales soared 27.5% in Thailand in September to a record 87,012 units, but with rampaging flood waters sweeping the country and laying siege to the Thai capital, the record run is coming to an abrupt stop. Toyota Thailand, which collates national statistics for the auto industry, says deliveries will decline this month, despite high bookings and increased in production capacity. The September result saw passenger-car sales surge 29.6% to 40,685 units and commercial vehicles ...

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