Malaysian vehicle sales in February slumped 36.5% from January to 25,196 units. Year-on-year, they were down 14% from 29,422. Passenger car sales fell about 18% from the year-ago period to 20,199, but commercial vehicle sales edged ahead to 4,997 units from 4,824. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says sales for March are not expected to improve significantly from the previous month. The group forecasts sales growth to be stagnant over the next few months due to the uncertain global ...
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