Toyota sold most vehicles at Bangkok show, writing up 9,514 orders.
Thailand’s long-running political crisis is beginning to hit the auto industry. The annual Bangkok International Motor Show saw almost 40,000 orders taken, but with the auto sales slumping in the first two months of the year there’s growing concern among industry insiders. “Right now it is impossible to plan for the future, since we don't know what will happen,” Honda Thailand Director Pitak Pruittisarikorn tells The Nation newspaper at the show. The sometimes ...
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