Malaysia new-vehicle sales in July bounced back to their best monthly result for the year, with deliveries up 9.6% over year-ago to 44,926 units. The total included 41,015 passenger cars, an increase from prior-year's 37,321, and 3,911 commercial vehicles, up from 3,669 in like-2006. The July result also marked a 2.6% increase from June's 43,783 deliveries. Sales were driven by a wage increase of between 7.5% and 35% for Malaysian civil servants, the introduction of new models and ...
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