KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Malaysian car retailer and hotel operator Naza Group plans to list in 2006 and will spend 800 million ringgit ($212 million) next year to beef up operations, the Star newspaper said on Thursday. Naza, which sells vehicles including those made by Kia Motors Corp , expects to sell 36,000 cars this year, up 37 percent from the 26,538 it sold in 2004, the Star said, quoting Managing Director Nasimuddin SM Amin in an interview. The bulk of Naza's investment ...
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