Malaysia, China talk cars BEIJING — Trade and investment ties in the automotive industry top the agenda at August's Beijing talks between Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and Chinese counterpart Zhu Rongji. Mahathir's three-day visit to the capital city is a mission to increase business ties between the two countries, Malaysian state officials say. Trade talks reportedly are to focus on the automotive, banking and paper pulp industries. Officials say Mahathir plans to address the ...

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