Australia’s new-vehicle sales slowed in October to 80,925, up just 0.1% or 112 units from year-ago. However, Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Andrew McKellar considers it a solid result, on a par with like-2009. “It needs to be acknowledged that sales this time last year were being boosted by the stimulus of the business tax break, so it is encouraging to see the market is maintaining that momentum,” he says in a statement. “The market is on track for an impressive yearly ...

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