Malaysia’s vehicle sales eased 1.6% year-on-year in October to 54,187 units as consumers faced tighter loan requirements. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says car sales eased fractionally to 47,544 units from prior-year’s 47,930, but commercial-vehicle deliveries slipped 7.1% to 6,643. The October result was up 14.3% from September with the rise credited to increased sales of the Perodua Axia and Proton Iriz cars. The MAA says in a statement it expects November sales to be little ...

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