Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales in July fell 3.8% to 51,928 units, compared with prior-year’s 53,984, but rose 17.8% from June’s 45,203. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. (MAA) says in a statement the increase from June can be credited to improved market conditions and consumer confidence. The sales momentum is expected to be maintained this month thanks to positive consumer sentiment as well as festive offers in conjunction with Hari Raya, the Malay name for the Muslim festival of Eid ...

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