Malaysian national auto maker Proton reportedly will collaborate with Japan’s Honda. An unnamed source quoted by The Star says the Honda pact is one of a string of announcements expected in the next 12 months that include the launch of new models. The source says the collaboration will be “multi-layered” and entail not only cross-platform development, but also give Proton a role in the global supply chain. The newspaper says it has learned there was a meeting last ...

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