Malaysian new-vehicle sales in August declined to 47,227 units from 47,585 year-ago and 12.5% from 53,984 in July, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says in a statement. The August result included 42,864 passenger-car deliveries. “Sales for September are forecast to be lower than August due to higher interest rates, tightening of hire-purchase loans and fuel-price hike(s),” the MAA says. September sales also will be impacted because it is a shorter selling month due to the Muslim Hari ...

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