Australian new-vehicle deliveries fell 2.1% in September to 92,662 units, but with the uncertainty of the general election replaced by the first majority government in three years, the industry is expecting sales growth to resume at a higher pace for the rest of the year. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries data shows that while private sales rose 6% in September, government purchases fell 15.5% and business deliveries were down 10%. FCAI CEO Tony Weber says he is confident ...

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