Analysis The Asia/Pacific region’s sales explosion in January, up 72% compared with like-2009, propels worldwide total vehicle deliveries to a 33.6% gain to kick off the new year. January’s global results were slightly better than December’s, which finished 33.3% above year-ago. The tally show an overall trend toward recovery, though the period of comparison, January 2009, was among the worst sales months of the worldwide downturn for many markets. Related document: World Vehicle ...

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