By Jalil Hamid PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia, June 20 (Reuters) - Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest passenger car market, aims to map out a revised plan for cutting tariffs on imported cars in September after some local car-assemblers complained of an uneven playing field. Malaysia's trade minister revealed the September target date on Monday in remarks that appeared to confirm talk that the government had been prodded into a rethink of auto-tariff and auto-tax plans it had announced barely six ...
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