BMW AG is in talks with Malaysian officials and potential partners regarding establishing several regional operations. The auto maker currently has two subsidiaries in Malaysia and is encouraged by the country’s promising growth forecasts, published reports say. The latest round of talks began last March when Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed visited BMW top management in Munich. BMW recently gathered top executives in Malaysia for its international marketing and communications ...

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