Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 8.7% in February to 40,654 from year-ago, as the improving economic outlook continues to draw buyers into dealerships. Deliveries in the first two months climbed 21% to 91,276 units, from 75,493 year-ago, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports. The government’s Bernama news service says February’s result was down 19.7% from January sales of 50,622, but it attributes this to the short working month due to Chinese New Year holidays. MAA predicts March ...
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