KUALA LUMPUR, July 26 (Reuters) - Malaysian Automotive Association on Friday revised upwards its 2002 growth forecast for auto sales to eight percent from three percent previously, citing low interest rates and improving consumer confidence. MAA said it expected full year sales to hit 430,000 units. "The first half of 2001 showed strong signs of automotive sales recovery. Members of MAA feel that the automotive sales will remain in top gear and expect a strong performance for the second ...
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