Thailand's new-vehicle buyers shrugged off a month of deadly violence in the streets of Bangkok as April sales surged 43.8% from year-ago to 57,128 units. The monthly result left year-to-date sales up 51.8% at 223,930 units. But that represents a slight decline from the 52.6% year-on-year jump in March, when 63,007 vehicles were sold, notes Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles data for the industry. Toyota credits the still-strong showing in April to an improving economy, ...

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