KUALA LUMPUR, May 26 (Reuters) - Malaysia's state oil and gas firm Petronas [PETR.UL] may be planning to sell its remaining 8.8 percent stake in the country's biggest carmaker, state-controlled Proton Holdings , the Business Times said on Thursday. A Petronas official said on Thursday he was not aware of any such plan. "The report is purely speculative," the official told Reuters. Quoting an unnamed source, the newspaper said Petronas might sell all its 48.52 million shares in Proton to ...
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