BANGKOK – New vehicle sales in 2001 for Southeast Asia’s Big Four markets – Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines – grew 8.1% to 1,069,710 units, an industry automotive group here says. "We are looking for the trend to continue through 2002," says Automotive Resources Asia associate May Arthapan, in a published report. Malaysian sales rose 15.5% to 396,381 units, while sales in Thailand increased 13.3% to 297,052. Sales in Indonesia fell 0.3% to 299,607 vehicles. Sales in the ...

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