The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says most of its members have enough stock for the next three to four months, and prices of new Japanese cars are unlikely to increase following the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The impact from the disaster is minimal at this point, “because for complete-knocked-down units, we import the components and parts way in advance,” MAA President Aishah Ahmad tells the Business Times. Japanese cars accounted for a third of total sales in Malaysia ...
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