The Malaysian automotive market is no longer a semi-private hunting preserve for the country’s two national car companies. Protectionist walls enjoyed for decades now are weakening and competition from foreign auto makers is sharpening as government leaders in Kuala Lumpur recognize the old ways won’t work well in a changing world. Malaysia now has free-trade agreements with several countries and the abolition of tariffs Jan. 1, 2010, on imports of vehicles made within the 10-member ...

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