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Thailand’s new-vehicle sales plunge 37.7% year-on-year in October to 88,989 units following expiration of the government’s first-car-buyer tax-rebate scheme that extraordinarily boosted demand. It was the sixth straight month of falling sales, and industry data compiled by Toyota Thailand shows the October plunge pushed year-to-date volume down 1.8% to 1,123,268 units. Toyota Thailand Senior Vice President Wutthikorn Suriyachantanano says other negative factors for the month ...
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