New-vehicle sales in Thailand hit another record in April, with results not expected to be seen again until the end of the Japanese-pipeline crisis following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Toyota Thailand, which compiles data for the local industry, says deliveries rose for the 20th straight month, up 17.8% to 67,283 units. New-car sales climbed 17.8% to 30,953 units thanks to the continuing popularity of small cars. Commercial-vehicle deliveries increased 17.7% to 36,330, as a ...

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