Toyota intends to assemble hybrid Camry cars in Malaysia next year, if the government extends tax breaks for hybrids beyond this year. Toyota Malaysia President Ismet Suki tells reporters the automaker is studying the possibility of assembling complete-knocked-down hybrid models in the country. “If the government were to approve our request to extend the tax-exemption incentives for hybrid cars beyond 2013, by the middle or third quarter of 2014 we will have a Camry hybrid” ...

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