Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Malaysian distributor, Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd, says its new 191 million ringgit ($54.6 million) assembly plant will have an annual capacity of 14,400 units when it begins operation in the second quarter. Ang Bon Beng, Tan Chong executive director, tells the Financial Daily he expects the plant to boost Nissan’s market share in the non-national passenger-car segment. Tan Chong sold 7,333 passenger cars in Malaysia last year, placing it third in the non-national car ...
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