It’s now Plan C for release of testing results from the fledging New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian countries (ASEAN NCAP). The group originally was to announce the third-phase crash results at an event in Bangkok earlier this year, but that was canceled because of the deteriorating political situation in Thailand. At the time, ASEAN NCAP Secretary-General Khairil Anwar Abu Kassim said the group was reverting to Plan B and would announce the results in Malaysia in ...

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