MALAYSIA: Government to cut duty on ASEAN car imports from 2003 - report
Citing state-owned news agency Bernama, Dow Jones reported on Monday that Malaysia would cut duties on car imports from other Association of Southeast Asian Nations countries beginning in 2003. According to Dow Jones, Bernama quoted international trade and industry minister Rafidah Aziz as saying that car import duties would fall to 20% by 2005. Tariffs on car imports currently stand at between 42% and 300%.
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