Volkswagen Group Malaysia Sdn Bhd expects to finalize plans for an assembly plant for complete-knocked-down models in Malaysia by midyear. Managing Director Andreas Prinz says VW Malaysia is considering a number of options, including local partners. “Once finalized, it will take us about 15 to 18 months to set up our plant,” he is quoted as saying. Some of the local production is expected to be exported to other Asian markets, the government’s Bernama news service says. VW Malaysia ...
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