Malaysia says won't shelter Proton from competition


TANJONG MALIM, Malaysia, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Malaysia's biggest carmaker, state-controlled Proton, has no choice but to compete with other manufacturers although it will continue to enjoy government support, the prime minister said on Saturday. "It's a challenge that must be met," Abdullah Ahmad Badawi told reporters. "We will give the backing and the support, but the support is for them to be competitive and for them to produce vehicles of high quality with prices that are competitive in ...

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