New-vehicle sales in Thailand continued to plunge in July, diving 29.2% to 69,527 units and  dropping the once-mighty market down 39.2% year-to-date to 510,438. Toyota Thailand, which collates data for the industry, released the results the same day army chief and coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha had himself unanimously elected prime minister by his handpicked National Legislative Assembly. Senior Vice President Wutthikorn Suriyachantanano sees the automotive market stabilizing in August, ...

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