Malaysia 2002 new vehicle sales up 9.7 pct on 2001


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Malaysian new vehicle sales jumped 9.7 percent to a record 434,954 units in 2002, from 396,381 in 2001, the Malaysian Automotive Association said on Friday. "This is the highest auto industry achievemnet in Malaysia since 1997's record high of 404,837 units," the MAA said in a statement. It gave a breakdown for passenger car sales for the year of 359,934 units versus 327,447 units the year before. Sales of vehicles by national carmaker Proton totalled ...

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