Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the government is extending tax exemptions on imported hybrid-electric vehicles for one more year. Full import duty and 50% excise-duty exemption originally had been granted to franchise holders of hybrid cars, as well as hybrids and electric motorcycles, until Dec. 31. “To further encourage ownership of hybrid cars, import duty and excise-duty exemption will be extended until Dec. 31, 2011 with excise duty to be given full exemption,” Razak ...

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