Malaysia's Proton won't sell control to partners

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 24 (Reuters) - Malaysia's largest car-maker, Proton Holdings , will not surrender control of the company to its partners in order to obtain technology, Proton manufacturing director Kamarulzaman Darus told reporters on Wednesday.

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