Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales dipped 0.8% below year-ago in November, to 44,845 units, and the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says it expects December’s deliveries to slip as well, as customers wait for ’11-model introductions next year. The November sales result, down 15% from October, included 39,375 passenger vehicles and 5,470 commercial vehicles, the MAA says in a statement. Total year-to-date sales rose 12.5% to 550,391 units. Analysts expect December results to fall 10,000 units short ...

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