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  • Proton Volkswagen Stake Purchase Updates

    Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said yesterday that Proton will sell stake to Volkswagen AG yesterday, causing Proton shares to go up as much as 3.6 percent to an eight-day high of 8.55 ringgit. Volkswagen […]

     


  • New Honda City facelift in Malaysia

    Honda has been marketing teasers of their new Honda City facelift that’s to be launched really soon. It’s already available in Thailand as the Honda City ZX. I don’t know whether it will be known […]

     


  • 2004 Customs Audit Report

    Results of Customs audit as presented by Auditor-General Tan Sri Hadenan Abdul Jalil. This is an audit of year 2004. Discounts of RM27.55 million on duties to importers although not eligible Did not use approved […]

     


  • Proton Waja Recall

    Proton has issued a recall for their Proton Waja sedans with chassis numbers PL1CF1SNR4F192489 to PL1CF1SRR5F217757. From what I’ve been told, cars from this batch were produced between June 2004 and January 2005.

     


  • Vehicles Stolen in Malaysia

    Statistics have shown that in the first six months this year alone, 35,888 vehicles were stolen, leading to RM357 million ringgit in losses.

     


  • Government has no plans to abolish APs

    Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah has shed some light on the National Automotive Policy that is currently being formulated. He says there are no plans to abolish APs due […]

     



  • Perodua 333 Vision

    Perodua looks like it’s quite set on achieving it’s 333 Vision. The 10 year old car company’s 333 Vision is aimed at total customer satisfaction, cost reduction and increased market share.

     



  • Vehicle Sales Up in Malaysia

    Vehicle sales bounced back up from a slowdown in July 2005 to a figure that’s the second highest this year so far in August 2005. Sales for the month of August was 50,079 units. The […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 11 May 2019