Malaysia's LM Star Autoworld Sdn Bhd says it will build a 378 million ringgit ($102.4 million) car manufacturing plant within the next three years to produce alternative-fueled vehicles. The auto maker is considering two potential sites for the plant in Malaysia – one in Kulai, Johor Baru, and the other in Bandar Penawar, Kota Tinggi – that also will have production facilities for suppliers and a research and development unit, LMG President and CEO Uza Mohamed tells the media at a launch ...

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