The Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region’s top auto makers expect vehicle sales to exceed 2.2 million units by 2005, double current levels of 1.1 million, due to increasing cross-border trade within the region. ASEAN Automotive Federation President Aishah Ahmad says in published reports that the industry is optimistic, anticipating steady growth until 2005. She urged auto makers to “think regional, rather than domestic,” at a recent industry conference in Manila. Conference ...
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