The Malaysian automotive industry has attracted RM32.9 billion ($10.1 billion) in investment since the sector’s inception some 30 years ago. International Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Hamim Samuri tells Parliament the investment not only involves the assembly of vehicles and motorcycles, but also includes the bodybuilding segment of commercial vehicles and production of parts and components. The workforce covering the vehicles, motorcycles and spare-parts production has reached ...

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