Ingress to invest more in Thailand with advent of Afta


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  • Monday, 19 Jul 2004

INGRESS Corp Bhd is one of the early players in the components industry to benefit from the national car manufacturers Proton and Perodua. Having succeeded locally, the company has set up a facility in Thailand and Indonesia to take advantage of the growing market in the two countries and the opening of the Asean Free Trade Area (Afta).Executive vice-chairman Rameli Musa spoke to StarBiz senior writer HASNI MOHD NASIRon the outlook for his company and Malaysia's position, in view of Afta. 

STARBIZ: How do you see the position of Ingress with the launch of Afta and the opening of the local automotive market beginning 2005? 

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