Positive economic conditions and a steady investment flow are expected to push Malaysian vehicle sales up 4.2% this year to 675,000 units, industry analyst Frost & Sullivan predicts in a new report. Kavan Mukhtyar, Frost & Sullivan partner and head of automotive and transportation practice- Asia Pacific, says the government’s much-awaited national automotive policy, expected to be announced in mid-January, will be the catalyst to move the local industry forward through a ...

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