Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales in September fell for the first time this year, dropping 6% to 43,443 units from like-2009’s 46,104. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says sales eased after August’s rush due to the 3-day Hari Raya Aidilfitri Muslim holiday and a short working month. MAA says it expects October deliveries to rebound because of a longer working month and market conditions returning to normalcy. The government’s Bernama news agency reports 9-month vehicle sales of 453,249 ...
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