Volkswagen AG reportedly is looking at making Malaysia its sourcing hub for auto components in the region and may start a local vehicle assembly operation. Volkswagen Group Malaysia Sdn Bhd Managing Director Andreas Prinz says the parent company’s global sourcing operations will set up a small department within Volkswagen Malaysia in the next couple of months. “They will be looking not only at the Malaysian market but use Malaysia as a sourcing hub for worldwide production,” he tells ...

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