New Zealand’s auto industry continues its recovery in April with light-vehicle sales climbing 30% to 4,585, although the fragile economy sees commercial-vehicle deliveries down 8.4% to 1,103. Year-to-date, new-car sales totaled 25,037 units, up 43.1% from 17,496 in like-2009. Releasing the figures, Motor Industry Association CEO Perry Kerr says the new-vehicle industry is very happy with these numbers. “April is traditionally a quiet month, as sales slow with the Easter break and with ...

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