Malaysia’s UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd remains confident it can reach its sales target of 81,000 units this year, even though industry sales for the year’s first-half were down 12% from like-2006. “Our target is still the same for the time being,” Managing Director David Chen tells reporters at the opening of a new dealership. Toyota led the non-national car segment in the first-half, with sales of 36,567 units down from prior-year’s 42,002. UMW Toyota, the distributor and assembler of ...

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