Thailand’s vehicle production rose 20% in the year’s first half to 719,487 units. Passenger-car builds surged 40.2% to 203,148 units in the period, while commercial-vehicle output grew 13.6% to 516,152. Within the segment, pickup trucks saw a 13.6% gain to 506,189. A spokesman for The Federation of Thai Industries’ automobile-industry section tells reporters the growth of locally built vehicle exports remained high, climbing 25.6% to 385,870 units. The value of the vehicle exports rose ...
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