KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Malaysia's government hopes that talks between national carmaker Proton Holdings and Germany's Volkswagen AG for a possible strategic tie-up will be completed by year-end, state news agency Bernama said on Thursday. "The good news is that we are still talking," the agency quoted Second Finance Minister Nor Mohamed Yakcop as saying. "Things are happening. Discussions are ongoing (and) hopefully we will resolve it soon." A resolution of the long-protracted ...
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