New-vehicle sales fell 7.4% to 1.33 million units in Thailand in 2013 and are projected to tumble 12.2% to 1.16 million this year. Toyota Thailand, which compiles industry data, says the escalating political violence in the Southeast Asian country has its parent rethinking investing up to TB20 billion baht ($609 million) in the country, and even cutting production. Toyota Motor Thailand President Kyoichi Tanada spoke after deadly bombings in the south, increasingly violent anti-government ...

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