General Motors Corp. plans to assemble cars in Malaysia even though the country’s state investment arm Khazanah Nasional BhD has ended talks with GM and Volkswagen AG over possible alliances with national car company Proton Holdings Bhd. “We are interested in assembling product in Malaysia; we have products identified for that,” GM Asia/Pacific President Nick Reilly tells Ward’s earlier this month, before Khazanah’s decision was revealed last week. Reilly says GM submitted a formal a ...
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