Malaysian new-vehicle sales fell for the first time this year, sliding 3% to 46,012 units in July compared with year-ago's 47,430. The result was down 2.5% on the previous month. However, first-half sales rose 14% over year-ago. The country sold 32,162 passenger cars and 13,850 commercial vehicles in July, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says. National-car sales fell 17.1% year-on-year to 27,964 units. Conversely, non-national car sales rose 32% to 18,048 units. July car production ...

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