Malaysian auto executives welcome the government's National Automotive Policy (NAP) framework, and analysts say it could attract auto makers from countries such as South Korea and Japan to set up manufacturing or assembly operations in the country. But the analysts also warn the new tax structure, which cuts duties on passenger cars, may not result in lower prices because the industry already is operating on thin margins, and the duty changes may allow car prices only to remain stable ...

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