Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd. signals a 42.4% share of the Thai auto market isn’t good enough. With sales recovering after the global economic crisis, but still down 14.4% after 11 months to 202,244 units, the auto maker is shaking up its senior executive board. Toyota’s goal is to boost sales over the next three years and develop personnel more closely in line with the global network. The Bangkok Post newspaper says the auto maker is determined to achieve a sales target of more than ...
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