Chinese auto maker Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. reportedly may look at other Southeast Asian countries as a possible production base now that the Malaysian government has banned sales of locally assembled Geely passenger cars. "The Malaysian authorities are acting against the spirit of the World Trade Organization," an unnamed Geely executive told Dow Jones news service. "If the government sticks with its decision, we may look into other Southeast Asian markets for production." ...

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