Satria Neo priced in middle of Proton range.
Malaysian conglomerate DRB-Hicom is looking for an international partner for auto maker Proton. Managing Director Khamil Jamil does not say who he has in mind, but tells reporters there will be a “paradigm shift in Proton.” The Edge newspaper quotes him as saying after DRB-Hicom’s annual meeting that the foreign partner is needed to improve Proton’s quality. The government’s Bernama news agency reports DRB-Hicom intends to return Proton, which it ...
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