Malaysia’s new-vehicle market edged up 1.3% year-on-year in April to 42,746 units, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports. The result left the 4-month total ahead 5.8% at 183,586 units. The April tally was down 20.4% from the previous month, but the MAA says this was due to of end-of-the-financial-year buying in March and a recent tightening of hire-purchase loan-approval criteria. The MAA says it expects May deliveries to change little from April. “Consumers are expected to ...

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