SYDNEY — The Australian vehicle market saw new life in March as consumers shrugged off concerns of an impending tax change. After slipping 4.2% from the first two months of the year, the market bounced back 2.1% ahead of the same period last year. Approximately 77,011 new cars and trucks were sold in March, up 30.7% from the 58,890 sold in February and up 12.3% from the 68,545 sold a year-ago, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says. The surge in sales goes against earlier ...

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