Thailand’s new-vehicle sales plunged 36.9% in November to 93,483 units as escalating street violence in the capital city of Bangkok left the country with only a caretaker government and prospects for new elections dimming. The November result saw car sales tumble 48.0% to 40,439 units and commercial-vehicle deliveries drop 24.8% to 53,044, including the 1-ton pickup truck segment slipping 24.3% to 46,023. The result left 11-month sales down 5.8% year-on-year to 1,216,751 units, ...

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