Malaysian automaker Perodua is providing 260 million ringgit ($78.9 million) to help parts suppliers and dealers boost their role in the national auto industry. The government’s Malaysian Automotive Institute says in a statement it will work with Perodua to finance the creation of more vendors capable of parts design and manufacturing. The Bernama government news agency quotes Perodua President and CEO Aminar Rashid Salleh as saying MAI will evaluate vendor and dealer business ...

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