Thai new-vehicle sales in November declined by 81 units to 57,719 deliveries from 57,800 year-ago. “Worries over the economy continued, as retail gas prices broke through record highs six times in November,” says Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles sales data for the industry. Commercial-vehicle sales climbed 5.5% to 44,074 units from 41,760 in like-2006, while the 1-ton pickup truck segment rose a scant 1.2% to 39,140 from year-ago’s 38,665. New-car sales slumped 14.9% to ...

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