Conglomerate’s stake in Exora maker Proton near 100%.
There’s more fallout from the sale of Proton, with the Malaysian auto maker announcing the departures of its managing director and chief financial officer. Proton says the resignation of Zainal Abidin Tahir, group managing director for the past six years, is effective July 4. “We are grateful for his contributions to the company,” Proton says in a statement. “He has decided to leave Proton on his own accord to pursue his own interests, and we respect his ...
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