Forester among at least nine models launching in Malaysia this year.
Uncertainty driven by a general election and the likelihood of a revised national automotive policy is expected to push Malaysian new-vehicle sales down 2.9% this year following record volume in 2012. But industry analyst Frost & Sullivan remains optimistic about the country’s auto sector, with partner Kavan Mukhtyar, head of the consultancy’s automotive and transportation practice, noting auto makers likely will be cautious in launching new models until the revised ...
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