Auto maker’s Malaysian plant’s products include C-Class models.
Mercedes-Benz marks the 10th anniversary of its arrival in Malaysia with a plan to spend 280 million ringgit ($90.8 million) by 2016 to develop its dealer network in the Southeast Asian country. President and CEO Roland Folger says MYR80 million ($25.9 million) will be spent to upgrade the auto maker’s Pekan plant in Pahang to facilitate production of the new C-, E- and S-Class with the rest earmarked for expanding and upgrading the Mercedes dealer network. “In the next ...
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