Malaysian companies DRB-Hicom Bhd and the Naza Group say the government should consider a local partner for Proton Holdings Bhd before it seeks a foreign alliance for the auto maker. Both companies, having made their pitch to acquire Khazanah Nasional Bhd’s 42% stake in Proton, tell the Financial Daily newspaper they have the right ingredients to turn the troubled auto maker around. DRB-Hicom Group Managing Director Khamil Jamil says his company’s capabilities in research and ...
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