Expatriates living in Malaysia are expected to spend 300 million ringgit ($78.9 million) on new cars next year, a survey shows. Expat magazine, which conducted the first-ever survey on local expatriate car ownership, found almost 90% of expatriates plan to buy or lease a car. It says 38% of expatriates have a company car, and of those more than two-thirds chose the car themselves. But the magazine says it found many people in the auto industry had little idea about the expatriate ...

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