Commercial-vehicles sales in New Zealand are running at their highest rate since 1982, with June deliveries up 7.5% to 3,181 units following a strong April and May. The Motor Industry Assn. says this leaves the year’s first-half CV sales up 26% from year-ago to 14,754 units. MIA CEO David Crawford credits a strong housing market in Auckland, the country’s biggest city, and the massive rebuilding projects under way after earthquakes in 2010 and 2011 that destroyed much of ...
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