KUALA LUMPUR, March 23 (Reuters) - Prices of most Toyota models sold in Malaysia are expected to fall after the country unveiled a new automotive policy this week, local distributor, UMW Holdings Bhd , said on Thursday. "There will be some big reductions and some small reductions, depending on the models," Abdul Halim Harun, chief executive of UMW, told reporters on the sidelines of an investor conference in the Malaysian capital.
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