Malaysian new-vehicle sales in February climbed 18.9% to 38,587 units from 31,284 prior-year, but marked a 15.7% decline from January deliveries of 45,828. Passenger-car sales rose 24.8% to 35,474 from year-ago, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says in a statement. “Sales for March are expected to be better, as compared to February, due to a full working month and the introduction of new models,” the MAA says. Malaysian sales in the year’s first two months were up 27.2% to 84,415 units ...

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