Malaysian new-vehicle sales jumped 9.9% in April to 52,489 units, despite the uncertainty of an election that retained the only party to rule the country since independence in 1957. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says car deliveries rose 10% to 45,564 units, while the commercial-vehicle segment climbed 9.2% to 6,925. But the MAA says the April result was down 9% from the previous month because of uncertainty in the market over the general election, which the ruling party predictably ...

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