KUALA LUMPUR, March 22 (Reuters) - Malaysia will scrap its existing system for car imports by the end of 2010, state news agency Bernama said on Wednesday. Under the system, the government gives approved permits to indigenous Malay businesses to import cars into Malaysia. It has been criticised as fertile ground for corruption and is also not popular among some foreign car-makers.
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