KUALA LUMPUR, March 22 (Reuters) - Malaysian state-controlled car-maker Proton Holdings Bhd aims to boost revenues by 12.4 percent in fiscal 2007 and increase its domestic market share to 45.8 percent, the firm said on Wednesday. In a statement outlining its financial targets for fiscal 2007, Proton said its market share stood at 41.4 percent in fiscal 2006. It also said it aimed to increase the contribution of export sales to revenue to 8.6 percent from 5.2 percent.
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