Chinese auto maker Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. resumes plans to assemble its CK-1 sedan in Malaysia after the government there reverses an earlier decision to ban all sales of locally assembled Geely cars. Geely signed an agreement in May 2005 with Information Gateway Corp. to produce at least 90,000 complete-knocked-down kits in Malaysia, but the project stalled when the government said Geely would have to export all of the vehicles it produced. Under the deal, IGC has an exclusive ...
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