Malaysian market leader Perodua says it’s cautiously optimistic it can reach its full-year sales target of 202,000 units, which would be down from 207,100 in 2016 and the record 213,307 in 2015. Meanwhile, Perodua says it has no immediate plans to introduce electric vehicles (EV) in Malaysia, saying it wants to continue developing its internal-combustion engine. Sales slowed 3.0% in the third quarter to 51,900 units, leaving Perodua with 9-month deliveries up just 0.5% at 151,600 ...

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