A Malaysian auto industry official says the government’s revised National Automotive Policy will promote local assembly, particularly of energy-efficient vehicles. Malaysia Automotive Institute CEO Madani Sahari says the revamped policy will see manufacturing licenses and pre-packaged customized incentives given for production of and investment in energy-efficient vehicles. A vehicle will be classified as energy-efficient if it meets or performs better than a set fuel-consumption ...

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