Thailand’s auto industry shrugs off production disruptions from Japan’s earth quake and tsunami in March to grow first-half sales 21.1% to a record 432,012 units and expects full-year deliveries will climb 12.4% to 900,000. Commercial-vehicle sales in the year’s first six months rose 17.2% to 238,502 units, with the important 1-ton pickup segment climbing 18.1% to 204,837. New-car deliveries jumped 26.3% to 193,510. Toyota Motor Thailand, which collates industry sales, predicts the ...

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