General Motors Corp. is aiming to make its Chevrolet brand one of the top-three selling car brands in Malaysia. Recently returning to Malaysia’s passenger-car market following a long absence, GM has drawn up an ambitious plan to achieve “a significant presence” in Malaysia within five years, says William S. Botwick, in charge of GM’s Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN) operations, in a published report. Botwick is quoted as saying that if GM’s growth plans are fully realized, ...
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