Japanese auto maker Mazda is spending 100 million ringgit ($32.2 million) to set up an assembly plant in Malaysia producing energy-efficient vehicles. Malaysia Automotive Institute CEO Madani Sahari tells reporters the assembly line, to operate in Inokom’s manufacturing plant in Kulim, 210 miles (338 km) north of Kuala Lumpur, will produce its first complete-knocked-down model next month. “The plant will be producing cars for Malaysia and the region,” the government ...
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