Australian new-vehicle sales fell again in November, easing 1.4% year-on-year to 96,924 units. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Tony Weber said says the decline was sharpest in two states: Queensland, down 9.8% to 118,381 units, and Western Australia, off 15.9% to 9,815. Government and business demand also slowed deliveries, with official buying dropping 9.2% year-on-year to 3,817 units and business purchases slipping 5.2% to 35,756. Private sales grew 2.8% to 49,406. The car ...
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