Mercedes-Benz in Singapore has overtaken German rival BMW AG in sales during the first-quarter. Motor Traders Assn. statistics show Mercedes-Benz deliveries rose 35% to 900 cars in the first three months, while BMW saw a 38% drop to 348 units. Land Transport Authority figures, which include imports but exclude tax-exempt vehicles such as police and diplomat cars, show Mercedes’ first-quarter sales totaled 1,044 units to 278 for BMW. Industry players tell local media that Mercedes sales ...

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