Australia’s new-vehicle sales rose 5.3% from like-2010 to 85,196 units in October, putting the industry firmly on course to top 1 million deliveries for the year, Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Ian Chalmers says auto makers are reporting a steady increase in demand. “So far this year, 837,324 new vehicles have been sold,” Chalmers says in a statement. “While this is 2.8% fewer than for the same period in 2010, last month’s figures are the best October sales result since ...

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