The Malaysian government reportedly is working on a plan to phase out a controversial tax rebate for its national car companies and replace it with fiscal incentives for all auto makers building and assembling cars in the country, including General Motors Corp. Local newspapers quote unidentified sources as saying the fiscal incentives likely will be made part of a new Malaysian automotive policy to be announced by the government this year. Proton Wira Speculation regarding the new ...
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