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    motorcycle sales down

    Uncertainties drive motorcycle sales down 16 per cent
    Published on August 23, 2007

    Political and economic troubles sharply depressed the motorcycle market in the first seven months of the year, with overall demand dropping 16 per cent year on year, reports Thai Yamaha Motor, Thailand's second-largest motorcycle producer.

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    "What is important to note is now the cake has become smaller, and manufacturers are fighting for a bigger slice," said chief operating officer Praphan Phornthanavarsit. "Yamaha's market share has remained at 23 per cent, which shows we're still very competitive. The motorcycle market is a very clear indication of the amount of money people have and shows the true situation of the economy."
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    now then , who are TD's Bears 'n Bulls ??

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    I reckon that sales of Vigos and Tritons must be up though. They seem to be everywhere.

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    I think the market here must be saturated. high sales cannot continue becuase some of these hondas are indestructable. my ex gf had one that was 20 years old and was perfect.
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    now then , who are TD's Bears 'n Bulls ??
    For Thailand, i'm a bear. China is gonna chew Thailands economy up in the next 3-5 years. This place, and their arrogant practices, is going down. I promise you.

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    2007 Thai auto sale target slashed
    Wed, August 22, 2007 : Last updated 13:14 hours


    Toyota Motor Thailand (TMT) Co Ltd has lowered its forecast on the Thai automobile market for 2007 from an initial 700,000 units to 650,000 units due to market decline caused by political and economic factors.

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    thanxs , next ...............

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    Unfortunately its going to take alot more than that to wake up the Thai Interim Military Government !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    I reckon that sales of Vigos and Tritons must be up though. They seem to be everywhere.
    Yr right bout that, I got a dent in the rear quarter on mine, ol lady says why don't you get it fixed ? how would I know which Vigo is mine in a carpark half full with them?

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