KUALA LUMPUR, May 26 (Reuters) - Malaysia's state-controlled carmaker Proton Holdings Bhd posted a sharp rise in the fourth quarter, helped by strong sales for new models, the company said on Monday. Proton posted fourth-quarter net profit of 236.4 ringgit ($73.37) against a net profit of 915,000 ringgit a year ago. In 2007, the firm posted a net profit of 202.9 million ringgit for the year against a loss of 589.5 million ringgit. The performance beat Reuters consensus estimate of a loss ...
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