MANILA, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Malaysia's trade minister said on Monday her country will ship 5,000 Proton cars to Iraq by August and seek opportunities to do more business with a nation that Washington accuses of hiding weapons of mass destruction. "We shouldn't stop doing business with Iraq and with anybody else for that matter as long as it is...what is provided for under the United Nations," International Trade and Industry Minister Rafidah Aziz told a news conference in Manila. "For us, ...
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