Another sign of auto industry revival emerges, as organizers announce the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show is to resume next year, scheduled for Dec. 3-12. The seventh edition of the show at Kuala Lumpur’s Putra World Trade Center will coincide with the Malaysian Automotive Assn.’s 50th anniversary. The exhibition originally was scheduled for May 29-June 7 this year, but was canceled in January as the global economic crisis pulled the rug out from under vehicle sales worldwide. ...
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