A marketing drive at the end of the financial year helps lift Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales out of a slump with the March result up 10.1% at 53,717 units. Malaysian Automotive Assn. data shows the result helped push the year-to-date total into positive territory – up 7.3% at 140,839 units. Sales last month were up a strong 26.5% from February, when 42,455 units left showrooms. The association credits the strong March result to a rush by automakers to meet their annual sales ...

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