New-vehicle sales rose 3.3% to 45,872 units in September, with growth slowed as the public awaited news of the Malaysian government’s latest budget. Cars saw a 1.5% uptick to 40,232 deliveries, while commercial vehicles jumped 18% to 5,640, according to Malaysian Automotive Assn. data reported by the state’s Bernama news agency. The September result was down 11.5% from 51,823 units sold in August. The MAA says production climbed 11.9%, compared with year-ago, to 50,096 ...

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