KUALA LUMPUR – After a break of five years, and the postponement of the latest show due to the global financial crisis, the seventh edition of the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show wrapped up its 11-day run over the weekend. The show, organized by the Malaysian Automotive Assn., which turned 50 this year, drew about 330,000 visitors but was missing several high-profile brands, such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW. As with other recent auto shows around the world, the emphasis here was on ...
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