Malaysian conglomerate Berjaya Corp. Bhd is granted a license from the country’s Ministry of International Trade and Industry to establish a plant that will assemble commercial vehicles, hybrid, electric cars and luxury passenger vehicles. The 100-acre(41-ha) facility will be based at Bukit Tagar, about 40 miles (64 km) north of Kuala Lumpur. Berjaya says the license provides the opportunity to assemble vehicles locally, giving it more flexibility and control over quality and pricing. ...

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