MUMBAI, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Malaysian auto company Naza Automotive Manufacturing Sdn Bhd plans to invest $259 million in a car making plant in southern India to leverage the small car boom in the country, a newspaper report said on Thursday. The firm will soon sign an initial agreement with the state government of Tamil Nadu to set up the plant and may roll out its small car by late 2007, The Times of India newspaper said quoting unidentified sources. The report said the plant will be ...
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