Malaysian new-vehicle sales fall 18% in April to 41,135 units, the seventh straight month of decline. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says the April result also was down 7%, or 3,070 units, from March levels. The April tally included 37,259 cars and 3,876 commercial vehicles. The association says an unexpected increase in interest rates negatively impacted April volumes. Interest rates for new non-national cars rose a percentage point to 3.25% for loans up to five years, 3.4% for 6- to ...

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