Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin lays the foundation stone for Perodua’s new RM790 million ($252 million) factory and then helps launch the auto maker’s new value-for-money S-Series in the form of variants for the Viva, Myvi and Alza models. Perodua Managing Director Aminar Rashid Salleh says S-Series line sales are targeted at 7,500 units a month. “We need to produce more value-added products in order to remain relevant in the market, and the ...
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