Malaysian new-vehicle sales eased 1.3% year-on-year in August to 51,104 units, but the industry predicts deliveries will recover this month. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports car deliveries dipped 1.3% to 45,052 units, while commercials vehicle slowed a similar 1.3% to 6,052. The government’s Bernama news agency reports the latest result was down 25% from July. “However, total industry volume for the period between January and August was 5% higher than the similar ...

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