General Motors Corp. aims to enter Malaysia’s high-end vehicle market in three to five years. “We are looking to bring in some of our luxurious brands in the long-term, such as Cadillac,” GM Southeast Asia Operations President Stephen Carlisle tells the media. “It is inevitable for us to have a luxury brand in a market like Malaysia. It is just a matter of when the circumstances are right.” Carlisle says the auto maker is not looking for alliances with local Malaysian manufacturers. ...
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