Malaysia's May auto sales down 9.5 pct on year-association

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 17 (Reuters) - Malaysia's total vehicle sales in May fell 9.5 percent to 46,045 units from a year earlier, a trade body said on Friday. Year-on-year sales in May 2011 registered a drop for the first time this year, Malaysian Automotive Association said. It said Japanese earthquake had an impact on the supply. The trade body said sales volume for this month is not expected to improve due to sluggish production. May 2011 May 2010 (units) (units) Passenger cars 40,936 ...

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