Malaysia's Proton, China's Chery study car assembly


KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 (Reuters) - Malaysia's largest car maker Proton said on Tuesday it and China's Chery Automobile had agreed to jointly study plans to assemble and distribute Proton and Chery cars in China, Malaysia and the rest of ASEAN. ((Reporting by Jalil Hamid, editing by Clarence Fernandez; Reuters Messaging:; 603-2275 6847; Bureau email:

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