Malaysian light-vehicle sales rose 12.6% year-on-year in February to 50,718 units. Deliveries included 45,704 passenger vehicles and 5,014 commercial units. Malaysian Automotive Assn. says the month’s growth was driven by better performances from national automakers Proton and Perodua. The result left year-to-date sales at 100,991 units, up fractionally from year-ago’s 100,112. The year had started slowly with January sales down 8.7%. The industry built 47,600 vehicles in ...
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