Volkswagen plans to use its partnership with DRB-Hicom to produce more than 30,000 vehicles at the Malaysian company’s plant in Pekan by 2018. International Trade and Industry Minister Mustapa Mohamed, who met representatives from VW in Wolsburg, Germany, tells reporters the auto maker expects to create 800 new jobs at the Malaysian facility within the next two years. “Pekan will become the regional automotive hub for VW,” Mustapa, who is leading a trade and investment mission to ...
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