Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 10.6% in November to 45,200, from prior-year’s 40,865, thanks to improved market conditions, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says. Total deliveries included 40,569 passenger cars and 4,631 commercial vehicles, as year-on-year sales climbed for the second month in a row. Deliveries were down 3.7% to 489,237 units in the year through November, from 508,290 in like-2008. However, industry analysts appear confident the full year will comfortably exceed the ...

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