Malaysia’s new-vehicle market rose 2.9% year-on-year in October to 55,754 units as consumers headed to dealerships early in anticipation of price increases next year. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. in a statement also attributes the higher sales to automakers’ aggressive year-end promotional campaigns. The car segment rose 3.2% for the month to 49,063 units and the commercial-vehicle market edged up 43 units to 6,691. But the year-to-date result remained down 1.3% at 539,092 ...

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