Thai new-vehicle sales declined 15.0% in March to 56,021 units, pulling first-quarter deliveries down 18.8% to 138,270. “Overall economic slowdown, coupled with rising oil prices throughout the month, pressured auto sales in March,” Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles sales figures for the industry, says in a statement. “The declining economy has depressed consumer confidence and purchasing power, making sales drop in every segment during the first quarter, even though car ...
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