Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales rose 10% year-on-year in November to 53,365 units, but the industry anticipates a slower December as consumers wait to buy 2013 production-year stock. Car sales rose 9.5% to 46,392 units, while commercial-vehicle deliveries climbed 17.2% to 6,973, Malaysian Automotive Assn. says in a statement. It attributes a 3% month-on-month drop in sales to November having fewer working days. Production jumped 32.8% in November to 46,968 units, with the ...

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