Malaysian sales of passenger cars for the year’s first half fell 11.7% to 161,265 units, while overall industry volume dipped 9% to 199,438 vehicles. Although demand is expected to rise in the second half, total car sales for 2003 will fall about 5% to 342,000 units from 359,934 in like-2002. Overall vehicle sales are expected to decline to 420,000 units from year-ago’s 434,954, says the Malaysian Automotive Assn. Honda’s Malaysian car sales shot up 121% in year’s first half. ...

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