Of late, there is little good news coming from the Thai economy. And these are challenging times for occupational optimists....
After a glorious year for the automobile industry with record sales in 2010, the industry is hoping for another boost from the Bangkok International Motor Show, with as much as Bt40b expected to change hands during the 12-day event.
The domestic sale of motor vehicles in Thailand surged by 44.2 per cent to 78,039 units in February, with Toyota retaining its predominant market share of 30,592 units, up 44.2 per cent, and Isuzu, ranked second largest with 14,713 units, up 22.2 per cent, an informed source in the automotive industry revealed on Wednesday.
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