Malaysian national car maker Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) expects to break even on its 210 million ringgit ($56 million) investment in the development of its new Myvi model much earlier than planned after better-than-expected sales. “We originally expected payback in three years,” Managing Director Hafiz Bakar says in published reports. “Now we are revising it to two years and three months, if we can maintain (sales) at this level.” Perodua Myvi Hafiz says sales of ...
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