General Motors Corp. and Malaysian distributor DRB-Hicom Bhd sign a joint venture agreement to sell and distribute Chevrolet cars for the Southeast Asian market that is expected to lead to building cars in the country. DRB-Hicom currently is the distributor of GM vehicles in Malaysia. General Motors Asia Pacific Holdings LLC will hold 51% and DRB-Hicom will hold 49% of the new JV, which plans to begin operations in October. DRB-Hicom Managing Director Khamil Jamil says his company can ...

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