Tuckey, William P.
October 2000
Motor;Oct2000, p105
Reports the extended high tariff protection of the Proton Satria, an automobile brand produced in Malaysia. Reduction of duty tax on imported cars basing from the agreed tariffs of the Association of Southeast Nations; Implication of the extension for other car makers in Southeast Asia; Impact of lower tariffs on the Australian automobile market.


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