CANBERRA – The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries raises its full-year sales forecasts by 10,000 vehicles to a record 820,000 units. Australia’s previous best year was in 1998, when 807,669 units were sold. The forecast was boosted after industry figures showed 612,429 vehicles sold in the year’s first nine months, up 8.1% from the year-ago period. Light commercial vehicle sales increased 18.7% in the first nine months. Within that segment, 4-wheel-drive sales ...
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