Rising consumer confidence pushes Malaysian new-vehicle sales up 25% in March to 56,139 units. The result helped raise first-quarter sales 22% to 147,415 units, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says. March deliveries included 50,533 passenger cars and 5,606 commercial vehicles. April sales are expected to continue the expansionary trend, as there are no negative developments in the economy or the automotive market, the MAA says. March production rose to 51,579 units, from prior-year’s ...
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