Malaysian automaker DRB-Hicom will export the Volkswagen Polo and Jetta models it assembles to Indonesia. International Trade and Industry Minister Mustapa Mohamed says the initial shipment will consist of 500 completely knocked-down units assembled at the DRB-Hicom automotive complex in Malaysia. “The export is in line with government’s aim to see more export for locally produced cars, and DRB-Hicom’s objective when it allocated more than 1 billion ringgit ($274.6 ...

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