Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales climbed 26.6%, compared with year-ago, to a May total of 58,299 units, as the supply chain returned to normal after the disruption of Japan’s and Thailand’s natural disasters. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says new-car deliveries surged 25.8% to 51,615 units, while commercial-vehicle sales soared 32.8% to 6,784. Despite the month’s strong result, year-to-date sales remained down 4.2% to 244,620 units. After five months, car ...

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