If commercial-vehicle sales are a sign of a country’s economic status, New Zealand is booming. The Motor Industry Assn. says CV sales soared 38% in April to 2,235 units, the best result for the month in 30 years. MIA CEO David Crawford says the April surge pushed the year-to-date total up 41% to 8,989 units. “This result shows the commercial-vehicle market remains strong, and well up on the levels of sales (before) the global financial crisis,” Crawford says in a ...
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