Malaysian production of Volkswagen cars is expected to begin in October or November with an initial run of more than 200 units. Prime Minister Najib Razak says the complete-knock-down assemblies at the DRB-Hicom plant in Pekan will be the platform for making Malaysia the base for VW exports to Association of Southeast Asian Nations members by 2014. “The first batch from the Pekan plant will test the response of the local market for the model, a number of which, according to plans, will ...

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