Malaysian new-vehicle sales posted their best first-half performance in five years, rising 19.8% to 301,077 units, from prior-year’s 251,305. June deliveries climbed 19.4% to 54,005 units, from 45,245 in like-2009. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says it now expects full-year sales to reach 570,000 units, up from 536,905 in 2009. If achieved, the result would break the record of 552,316 in 2005. The government’s Bernama news agency quotes MAA President Aishah Ahmad as saying the strong ...

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