Malaysian new-vehicle sales increased 20.3% in March to 46,436 units from 38,619 year-ago, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. Reports. March deliveries jumped 20.0% from 38,587 units in February. Passenger-car sales rose 21.0% to 42,547 units from prior-year, while commercial-vehicle deliveries climbed 12.0% to 3,889. “Sales for April are forecast to be better than in March due to new-model launches and improved consumer confidence,” the MAA says in a statement. For the year’s first ...

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