New Zealand’s new-car sales rose 3.3% in August to 5,959 units, the highest level since 2007 when sales were peaking just before the global financial crisis. The Motor Industry Assn. says new commercial-vehicle sales for the month were much stronger, climbing 30.5% to 2,216 units for the best result since August 2005. “The volume of new-vehicle sales appears to be settling back to the levels we saw in 2007 prior to the (financial crisis)” MIA CEO Perry Kerr says in a ...
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