SINGAPORE – Combined new vehicle sales in the Assn. of Southeast Asian (ASEAN) nations – which in part includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines- rose 31% in January to 92,740 units. Industry group Automotive Resources Asia Ltd. (ARA) says in a published report that Malaysian January sales increased 47% to 39,646 vehicles, up from 27,045 units sold in like-2001. Thailand sales rose 45% in January to 24,727 from 17,031 units in like-2001. Some 22,859 vehicles were sold in ...

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