Myvi made at Perodua plant run by Daihatsu managers.
Daihatsu, a key stakeholder of Perodua, is backing the Malaysian auto maker’s opposition to a merger with domestic rival Proton. “Perodua has given its view on this issue, and we respect that,” the Edge Financial Dailyquotes Daihatsu President Koichi Ina as saying during a news conference for Malaysian journalists at the Tokyo auto show last week. Daihatsu, a unit of Toyota, owns a major, non-controlling stake in Perodua’s sales and distribution operation in ...
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