Malaysia's LM Star Autoworld Sdn Bhd says it will build a 378 million ringgit ($102.4 million) car manufacturing plant within the next three years to produce alternative-fueled vehicles. The auto maker is considering two potential sites for the plant in Malaysia ‚Äď one in Kulai, Johor Baru, and the other in Bandar Penawar, Kota Tinggi ‚Äď that also will have production facilities for suppliers and a research and development unit, LMG President and CEO Uza Mohamed tells the media at a launch ...

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