Malaysian first-half new-vehicle sales edged up 1.4% to 301,224 units, with national auto maker Perodua outpacing the industry with a 17% jump to 92,900. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports new passenger-car sales of 265,855 units were up 201 from a year earlier for an 88.3% share of the market, while commercial-vehicle sales rose 12.1% to 35,369 units for an 11.7% share. With the end of supply disruptions from the floods in neighboring Thailand, MAA is maintaining its full-year ...

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