Protectionism ending for national automaker Perodua.
Malaysia’s new National Automotive Policy is a balancing act between attracting new investment and developing sustainable industry competitiveness while also protecting the interests of existing investors and stakeholders, industry analyst Frost & Sullivan says. Kavan Mukhtyar, partner and head of the Asia-Pacific automotive and transportation practice, says the NAP is an attempt to find a common path of liberalization given the country’s political, economic and technological ...
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