Chinese car manufacturer Chery Automobile plans to invest Ringgits 250m (US$78.16m) over five years to set up an assembly plant in Malaysia. This planned facility will have initial output capacity of 10,000 units per year.
“We have identified where [the plant will be located] and our partners. We still need approval …
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