A report containing recommendations regarding the consolidation of the Malaysian auto industry has been sent to the government. The Edge newspaper says the Malaysian Automotive Institute interviewed several industry sources and submitted the proposal, with a decision likely to soon be reached. The MAI was formed in April as an independent organization under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry. It serves as a focal point and coordination center for the development of the ...

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