Push Is On For Malaysia To Become An Aerospace Leader In Southeast Asia

Credit: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
Malaysia’s first attempt at building an aerospace industry flopped. The main products were light aircraft that turned out to be uncompetitive. But the enterprise left skills and infrastructure that the government has since pushed toward aircraft-components manufacturing. The official aim is to make...

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