There’s little prospect of Thailand’s new-vehicle sales numbers recovering this month after the April result saw a 33.3% plunge to 73,260 units, Toyota Thailand says. Releasing the latest industry sales numbers, Toyota Senior Vice President Wutthikorn Suriyachantanano says last week’s military coup has curtailed any recovery. “The economy is slowing while the political condition is intensifying,” Wutthikorn says in a statement. “This may affect consumer ...

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