Government programs that bolstered consumer and business confidence resulted in Malaysia’s 2010 vehicle sales growing 12.7% to a record 605,156 units, compared with prior-year’s 536,905. The year ended on a strong note, with December deliveries up 15% year-on-year to 54,765 units and marking a 22% gain on November. In releasing the figures, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says annual sales included 543,594 passenger cars, up from 486,342 in 2009, and 61,562 commercial vehicles, up from ...
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