Thailand’s auto industry almost doubled its vehicle exports in April, despite civil disorder on the streets of Bangkok. The Federation of Thai Industries' Automotive Industry Club says exports surged 99.35% year-on-year to 57,139 units, while the value rose 99.2% to TB26.4 billion ($814 million). Club spokesman Surapong Paisitpatnapong tells the Bangkok Post the number of vehicles exported was down 32.1% from March because there were fewer working days in April. He says the April ...

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