Malaysia’s Naza Group will spend 1 billion ringgit ($265 million) to build a new plant to assemble the Naza 206, the local variant of the Peugeot 206, and other models. Managing Director Nasimuddin Amin says the Naza 206 will be assembled at Naza's plant in Gurun, Kedah, until the new facility opens in 2007. Naza will build Peugeot 206, among other models. “The new plant in Bertam would have a capacity of 100,000 units per annum, which is 10 times larger than our existing plant in ...

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