BANGKOK, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Growth in Thai automobile sales will shift down a gear in 2003, compared with an estimated rise of 40 percent this year, a report said on Friday. Toyota Motor Thailand Co president Ryoichi Sasaki was quoted by the English-language Bangkok Post saying vehicle sales in Thailand this year would hit 400,000 to 410,000 units, due to a robust economic growth, low interest rates and car makers' aggressive marketing campaigns. "Sales growth next year will range ...
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