Geely to enter southeast Asia via Malaysia assembler


SHANGHAI, May 26 (Reuters) - Chinese car maker Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. said on Thursday that it will soon assign a contractor to assemble its cars in Malaysia for sale in southeast Asia, moving a step closer to its aim to become an export oriented manufacturer. The company is in talks with a number of potential dealers and contractors, including Alado Corp., and mass production in Malaysia is expected to start in September, said Geely's executive director Lawrence Ang. "This is a ...

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