Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales jumped 34.5% in January compared with year-ago, to 55,066 units, but the Malaysian Automotive Assn. expects the numbers to fall. New-car deliveries climbed 32.2% to 48,720 units, while new commercial vehicles surged 54.4% to 6,346. The auto makers’ group says in a statement that January’s growth can be credited to positive consumer sentiment, aggressive sales promotions and a spillover of demand from December. February volume is expected ...
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