New-vehicle sales in Thailand jump 11% year-on-year to 72,902 units in July, putting the industry firmly back on track following supply disruptions from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami earlier this year. Toyota Thailand, which compiles sales data for the Thai industry, says new passenger-car deliveries rose 12.2% to 32,277 units. Commercial-vehicle sales increased 10.1% to 40,625, including the 1-ton pickup segment, up 12.6% at 35,028. The result leaves the year-to-date total up ...

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