Malaysian new-vehicle sales resumed their upward trend in October, climbing 13.4% to 52,297 units from year-ago’s 46,087. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. credits the growth to renewed consumer demand and a 52% surge in production from the previous month. October’s result marks a turnaround from September, when sales slid 6% to 43,443 units. New-car deliveries of 46,439 units rose 11.8% in October, from prior-year’s 41,515. Commercial-vehicle deliveries jumped 28.1% to 5,858. In the ...
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