The Malaysian Automotive Assn. expects car sales to increase marginally this year on the back of new model introductions and continued economic growth. Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 13% last year to a record 551,045 units, driven by a 59% jump in commercial-vehicle sales. But in releasing its annual sales results, MAA President Aishah Ahmad says the association expects sales growth to slow to 3% this year to 565,000 units. “We have taken the following factors into account: higher ...

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