With pressure mounting for a level playing field between Malaysian and foreign auto makers, there’s a report the Malaysian government may advance the liberalization of the industry several years ahead of plan in 2020. Malaysia’s The Edge newspaper quotes unnamed sources as saying foreign auto makers want to set up or expand their manufacturing presence. Government policies now protect national car makers Proton and Perusahaan Otomobil (Perodua), but both want to expand overseas to boost ...

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