BANGKOK – Following a record-breaking 2012 for Thailand’s automotive industry, which saw sales surge 80% to 1.43 million units, all eyes now are on 2013, and particularly on this growth’s sustainability. Last year’s total included a large number of cars purchased under a generous government-incentive program. Toyota Thailand President Kyoichi Tanada predicts that while the market will not match last year’s record sales, it won't retreat much and should ...
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