Thailand’s vehicle production in August declined 5.3% from year-ago to 103,737 units – the first time output has fallen this year, the Bangkok Post newspaper reports. Production for the domestic market dived 31.9% to 34,110 units, while output for export rose 17.2% to 69,627. Pickup-truck production for the domestic market fell 53.5% in August to 14,130 units due to rising diesel-fuel prices, Federation of Thai Industries’ automobile club spokesman Surapong Phaisitpattanapong tells the ...

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