Thailand’s new-vehicle sales soared 42.5% in February to a record 77,213 units, but with the recent natural catastrophes and unfolding nuclear disaster in nearby Japan, industry analysts are beginning to question how long the buoyant Thai market will last. Toyota Thailand, which collates data for the domestic industry, reports passenger-car deliveries surged 49.6% to 33,506 units in the month. Commercial-vehicle sales jumped 37.6% to 43,707, driven by the 1-ton pickup segment that climbed ...

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