The Malaysian auto industry anxiously is awaiting the government’s third Industrial Master Plan (IMP) for 2005-2015, which will determine the auto makers’ strategy for the next 10 years. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. is asking the government for an open and clear-cut policy that will attract more foreign investment, while the national car companies want continued tariff protection. “We need a clear picture on the government’s plan for the industry, as we also want to plan ahead, ...
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