The Malaysian Automotive Assn. is calling for a 3-year extension of the government’s duty-free period for imported hybrid vehicles. The government’s Bernama news agency reports MAA President Aishah Ahmad told reporters after the group’s annual meeting that the association plans to write to the government seeking the extension. The current 2-year period for full exemption from import duty and excise tax for hybrid and electric cars below 2.0L ends Dec. 31. “We ...

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