Malaysia's new-vehicle sales rose 7.6% in the first four months to 169,895 units from year-ago's 144,491. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says passenger-car sales grew 11% to 125,169 units from 112,775, while commercial-vehicle sales jumped 41% to 44,726 units from 31,716. The group says customers in April continued to buy forward in anticipation of higher vehicle prices in July. “Market conditions remained positive,” says the association, despite a slight fall in passenger-car sales to ...
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