The Malaysian Automotive Assn. is looking to the Malaysian government for financial assistance in the face of the global economic crisis. “The government should come out with a stimulus package that could drive industry growth and make financing easier,” MAA President Aishah Ahmad tells The Star newspaper. “The financial crisis has caused a slowdown in the Malaysian market and affected consumer confidence. It is also harder to get financing, as banks seem to have tightened up or become ...

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