Malaysia's Proton says returns to black in Q3


KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Malaysia's largest car-maker, state-controlled Proton Holdings Bhd , said on Monday it bounced back into the black in the third quarter, but warned of intense competition ahead. Proton, which has revived ties with Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in a bid to turn itself around, made a net profit of 86.51 million ringgit ($23.3 million) for the three months to Dec. 31, compared with 140.9 million ringgit a year earlier. Proton made a shock first-quarter ...

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