Malaysian new-vehicle sales climbed 16% in May to 50,845 units, from prior-year’s 43,985, with the Malaysian Automotive Assn. crediting favorable market conditions and higher production for the growth. The result was up 4.4% from April and left 5-month sales at 247,072 units, a 20% increase from 206,060 in like-2009. May new-car deliveries rose 15.1% to 46,229 units, from year-ago’s 40,159, the government’sBernama news agency quotes an MAA statement as saying. The small ...
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