Malaysian new-vehicle sales fell 14.1% in February to 31,284 units, down from 36,439 a year ago. The performance brought year-to-date deliveries to just 66,331 units, off 14.6% from like-2006’s 77,646. The February decline was caused by a shorter working month and rumors Malaysian duties on passenger vehicles would be reduced, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says. February sales consisted of 28,439 passenger vehicles and 2,854 commercial vehicles, brining the year-to-date total to ...
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