Amid continuing political chaos, new-vehicle sales in Thailand plunged 44.8% year-on-year in February to 71,680 units, dragging the 2-month total down 45.2% to 140,188. Toyota Thailand, which collates sales data for the local industry, says in a statement car deliveries tumbled 54.2% to 29,066 units and commercial vehicles fell 35.9% to 42,614, including the 1-ton pickup segment off 35.6% to 35,142. Senior Vice President Wutthikorn Suriyachantanano says part of the plunge came against big ...

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