Australia’s new-vehicle market signals its continued recovery from the Japanese disaster supply disruption, rising 2.1% year-on-year in September to 86,819 units. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Ian Chalmers says two consecutive months of strong growth is an indicator parts supply from Japan’s earthquake- and tsunami-affected area is beginning to stabilize. Year-to-date sales remain down 3.7% at 752,128 units. Still, the FCAI is firm in its prediction Australians will buy ...
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