New light-vehicle sales in Thailand increase 24% in the first four months of the year to 198,900 units. Toyota Motor Corp.’s Thai subsidiary, which collates industry sales statistics, says in a statement that sales rose 24.7% year-on-year in April, to 51,315 units, but decreased from 54,418 units in March. Year-to-date through April, 1-ton pickup sales rose 30% to 114,917 units, while passenger-car sales climbed 18.7% to 69,665 units. Commercial-vehicle sales saw a 27.2% increase, to ...

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