Malaysia's passenger-car sales climbed 3.7% in May to 33,706 units, driven by an increase in sales by the country's national car companies. However, total vehicle sales fell 0.6% from year-ago to 43,510 units, dragged down by a 12.8% decline in commercial-vehicle sales, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says. May sales were up 7.5% from the previous month. National car sales in May rose 9.4% to 26,501 units, from 24,218 year-ago. Conversely, non-national car sales slumped 13.2% to 7,205 ...

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