Thailand’s vehicle sales this year are forecast to rise 10% to 690,000 units after climbing 17.4% to a record 626,026 units in 2004. Toyota Motor Thailand Co., which collates sales data for the industry, says last year’s result beat the previous record of 589,126 units set in 1996 – the year before the region’s economic meltdown. Domestic sales in 2003 totaled 533,176. The 2004 result includes a 17.7% rise in commercial-vehicle sales to 416,916 units and a 16.8% increase in ...

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