The Thai auto industry, still recovering from last year’s massive floods, recorded its third-highest sales month ever in February as pent-up demand pushed sales up 17.2% year-on-year to 90,461 units. With Honda, the country’s biggest passenger-car maker, not due to resume production at its flood-damaged plant until March 26, new-car sales fell 4% during the month to 32,170 units. But Toyota, which compiles data for the industry, says commercial-vehicle sales more than made ...
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