Malaysia’s much-awaited revision of its National Automotive Policy will be announced Jan 15. International Trade and Industry Minister Mustapa Mohamed provides the date after delivering the keynote address at the fourth Kuala Lumpur International Automotive Conference. The policy, now in the final stage of drafting, is expected to offer incentives intended to make Malaysia a hub for energy-efficient vehicles. “We hope the Cabinet can approve the policy by year-end,” ...

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