Resurgent consumer confidence and a longer working month saw Malaysian new-vehicle sales climb 7.5% to 57,622 units in March, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says. Car deliveries grew 7.3% to 50,562 units, while commercial vehicles showed a 9.0% improvement to 7,060. The result lifted first-quarter sales up a healthy 13.8% to 157,664 units, MAA says in a statement. Car deliveries were up 13.7% to 139,689 after three months and the smaller CV segment increased 14.4% to 17,975. In line ...

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