Perodua retains sales title but growth rate lags industry’s.
Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 4.5% last year to a record 655,793 units, up from the old mark of 627,753 units set in 2012. The result surpassed the Malaysian Automotive Assn.’s prediction of 640,000 deliveries for 2013 and was the fourth consecutive year above 600,000. The year ended with December sales of 60,493 units – 52,490 cars and 8,003 commercial vehicles – virtually unchanged from 60,470 prior-year. “It was the second highest-monthly (total industry volume) ...
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