Malaysia to delay tariff cuts on car imports KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia intends to postpone the reduction of tariffs on car imports, bucking an agreement by the Assn. of Southeast Asian Nations. The country does plan to reduce tariffs on auto components by Jan. 1, 2000. Observers say the move will allow Proton, Malaysia's national carmaker, to improve its earnings and prepare for coming competition once the tariffs are dropped. Nissan may cut capacity TOKYO — A Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. ...

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