Australian new-vehicle sales slid 10.3% in July to 75,333 units, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries reports. The result left year-to-date deliveries down 15.3% to 530,556 units, from 626,671 in like-2008. July passenger-car sales slipped 5.7% to 46,099 units from prior-year’s 51,055, while light-commercial vehicles tumbled 20.1% to 12,046 from 15,079. “There is evidence there has been some flow-on from the very strong June sales result, particularly from buyers accessing the ...
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