Australia’s new-vehicle sales slipped 1.7% to 80,991 units in July in the face of consumer uncertainty and continuing supply shortages after Japan’s March earthquake and tsunami. Toyota reclaimed market leadership in the month, with 12,980 deliveries, ahead of GM Holden with 10,819 and Ford with 7,769. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says July sales left the industry’s year-to-date total at 577,227 units. “While the drop in sales in July is small compared to the same ...

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