2004 much better year for car sales

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  • Saturday, 23 Oct 2004

JUDGING from the improved vehicle sales in September, research houses are anticipating total sales this year to substantially exceed last year's 405,100 units. 

“Given the first nine months' total industry volume (TIV) sales of 355,815 units, we believe our 2004 forecast of 474,000 units is achievable,” RHB Research said in its research paper.  

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