KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia's motor vehicles sales bounce back in the year's first half, with deliveries rising 112% to 129,722 units, up from 61,298 units in the first six months of 1998. National automaker Perusahaan Otomobil Natsional Bhd., better known as Proton, is driving the resurgence. Proton's sales of some 50,000 units are more than double year-prior figures. The Malaysian Motor Traders Assn., which issues vehicle sales statistics, says it expects performance in the second half to ...

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