Malaysian new-vehicle sales edged down in August to 51,720 units from 52,219 a year earlier. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says the result was up 6.5% from July thanks to industry promotions and the delivery of back orders after the restoration of the Road Transport Dept.’s online registration system. The result left the year-to-date total up 3.9% at 384,730 units. The MAA says in a statement it expects little change in the September result, with a shorter sales month offsetting ...

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