Perodua retains market leadership.
Malaysian new-vehicle sales dropped 11.9% year-on-year in July to 60,267 units and the Malaysian Automotive Assn. predicts August volume will match that level. The result raised the year-to-date total to 393,409 units, up 3.0% over like-2013 to 381,919. July new-car sales fell 12.2% to 53,578 units, while commercial-vehicle deliveries slipped 9.6% to 6,689. Car sales in the first seven months of the year were up 3.9% to 350,357 units, while CV purchases slid 4.1% to 43,052. The MAA credits ...
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