Alza strong seller for local automaker Perodua.
Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales fell fractionally in October to 55,078 units compared with 55,447 year-ago. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says commercial-vehicle sales rose 2.9% to 7,148 units, not enough to offset a 2.3% drop in car deliveries to 47,930. The government’s Bernama news agency says the latest result left the year-to-date volume up 6% to 543,048 units. Malaysia’s vehicle production rose 4.3% to 54,549 units for the month, with car output increasing 7.6% ...
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