Automobiles Peugeot is looking to grow its small presence in Malaysia, and plans are under way to assemble some of its cars locally. Dominique Dourouze, Association of Southeast Asian Nations director general for Peugeot, tells Malaysia’s Business Times the French car maker wants to increase market share in Malaysia by offering a wider range of its top-selling European models at affordable prices. Peugeot now ships completely built-up units of its 206, 307, 407 and 807 to Malaysia. “We ...
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