KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Malaysia's largest carmaker, state-controlled Proton Holdings Bhd , said first-quarter losses widened from a year ago, as car sales declined further at home. Under growing competitive pressure at home, Proton is trying to boost exports via alliances with foreign car-makers. It and China's Chery Automobile are looking at building and selling each other's cars in China and Southeast Asia, while Proton held exploratory talks this year with France's PSA ...
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