Proton said not ready to challenge global auto makers on home turf.
Malaysian auto makers should not worry if the government gradually reduces car prices as it promised during its successful election campaign, the head of BMW Group Malaysia says. CEO Gerhard Pils says lower car prices will create healthy competition in the local industry. “They (Proton and Perodua) must start thinking of how to make local cars better and more competitive with international car manufacturers like Honda, Mazda and Mercedes- Benz,” Pils tells the Bernama ...
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