Malaysian auto maker Proton reaches agreement on a collaboration with Japan’s Honda, but is not disclosing details. “This is Honda's first collaborative agreement with another original equipment manufacturer, and it would like to keep thing under wraps, as details are trade secrets,” Proton Executive Chairman Khamil Jamil tells reporters during the launch of Proton’s Preve midsize sedan in Indonesia. Malaysia’s The Star newspaper reports Khamil says ...

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