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Automakers see promise in China car-sharing

Shanghai (AFP) - Unable to afford a car, Shanghai university student Long Yi faces a lengthy, expensive commute across his vast city but has found a solution in the car-sharing schemes quickly gaining momentum in China.

Business

Third national car not a flying car, says deputy MITI minister

KUALA LUMPUR: The third national car will not be a flying car, Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Minister Dr Ong Kian Ming clarified, following misconceptions that the two are related projects.

TECH

Why you might want to wrap your car fob in foil

Given that the best way to store your car keys at night is by putting them in a coffee can, what's an ex-FBI agent's advice to protect cars from theft during the day? Wrap car fobs in aluminium foil.

Business

Mixed views over need for a new national car project

KUALA LUMPUR: Reactions to the proposed new national car project have been mixed due to a lack of details, with some questioning the need for such a project while others are hoping it will incorporate the latest technology.

Business

Legacy of car brands in danger

Age of autonomy making car brands like Chevy redundant

Business

Minister: New national car expected to roll out before 2020

CYBERJAYA: The new national car project is expected to roll out it first model before 2020, said Entrepreneur Development Minister Mohd Redzuan Yusof.

News

Driving new car sales

CAR buying needs to be made as simple as possible.

Business

Third national car project aims to integrate auto sector

KUALA LUMPUR: The development of the third national car is not for the sake of adding another brand besides Proton and Perodua. The aim is for the integration of the automotive sector to make Malaysia the vendor for industry players in Asean.

Nation

‘Tax-free’ car stocks sold out

KUALA LUMPUR: It is just over a month before the GST-free period ends, but most car companies are reporting no more “tax-free” car stocks.

Nation

Now, everyone wants a car

PETALING JAYA: Car sales have shot through the roof with Malaysians flocking to showrooms nationwide since the zero-rating of the Goods and Sales Tax (GST) at the start of the month along with Hari Raya promotions.