Malaysia new-vehicles sales jumped 31% in January to 45,817 units from 35,047 year-ago, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports. Increases in civil servants’ pay, new models and rising consumer confidence combined to keep dealer salespeople busy. "This is a very good start to the year, and we expect the trend to spill over to February despite it being a shorter month," MAA President Aishah Ahmad tells reporters. Meanwhile, International Trade and Industry Minister Rafidah Aziz says she ...
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