Geely Holding Co. Ltd. – China's biggest non-state-owned car maker – says it will use Malaysia as its launch pad into Association of Southeast Asian Nations markets. Geely recently signed an agreement with Information Gateway Corp. Sdn Bhd to set up an assembly plant in Malaysia as a first step toward becoming a global player. Geely has set a long-term goal of selling two-thirds of the cars it produces annually outside of China. The Malaysian plant will have an initial annual capacity ...

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