Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 4.1% to 313,488 units in the year’s first half, despite a market disruption caused by an election campaign promise of lower prices in the future. Releasing the latest sales data, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says it is maintaining its forecast of full-year sales at 640,000 units, up from 627,753 in 2012. The MAA says in a statement vehicle sales fell for the second month in a row in June, down 5.3% to 53,631 units. New-car deliveries declined ...

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