Malaysia could see more business from foreign auto makers concerned about the massive flooding in Thailand, but a government official says the country will not lure foreign investments away from nations stricken by natural disasters. Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Mukhriz Mahathir tells the Business Times newspaper many foreign investors have mentioned the need for a stable environment. “Malaysia, which is relatively free of natural disasters, has that to offer,” he ...

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