Malaysian distributor DRB-Hicom Bhd wants to acquire shares in Proton Holdings Bhd because the companies have inter-related businesses, published reports say. In reply to an inquiry from the Malaysian stock exchange, DRB-Hicom confirms it is proposing to buy a stake in Proton and promises to make a timely announcement should there be any significant development. Other companies reportedly interested in Proton are the Mofaz group and Naza group. DRB-Hicom is one of the prime movers in ...

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