Malaysian national automaker Perodua plans to spend 2 billion ringgit ($614 million) to expand production, launch a new global energy-efficiency vehicle and build a new test track as it swings into action after the launch of the government’s national automotive policy. Perodua President and CEO Aminar Rashid Salleh tells a media briefing most of the capital expenditure will be focused on its world-class production facility. Aminar says the completion of the new MYR790 million ($242 ...

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