Malaysian new-vehicle deliveries jumped 20.0% in October to 42,815 units from year-ago, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports. The result took 10-month sales to 401,149 units, and analysts are predicting full-year sales may exceed the MAA’s forecast of 460,000. “Sales volume in November is expected to be slightly better,’’ the MAA says. The association had reduced its 2007 sales forecast to 460,000 units in July, citing low used-car values and tight consumer financing as key factors. ...

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