M’sia making inroads into electric vehicle segment


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is still considered an attractive investment destination for global automotive investors, despite still trailing in the electric vehicle (EV) race when compared with its regional counterparts.

Maybank Investment Bank Research (Maybank IB) in a report yesterday said that while Malaysia’s National Automotive Policy (NAP) has been ambiguous on its EV roadmap, Malaysia has still continued to catch the eye of global automotive powerhouses such as Porsche AG.

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