Malaysia will allow full foreign ownership of auto makers producing luxury vehicles in changes to the National Auto Policy the Ministry of International Trade and Industry says will foster a more competitive market for local and international companies. The new policy applies to manufacturers building cars with engines displacing more than 1.8L and priced above RM150,000 ($43,891). A ministry statement says the revised NAP also calls for a new strategic partnership between Proton ...
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