Malaysian national auto maker Proton Holdings continues its search for a dance partner, signing a preliminary agreement with Nissan to form a strategic alliance. “The (memorandum of understanding) will pave the way for feasibility studies to be conducted on specific areas of cooperation between the parties including the potential use of Nissan's platform and powertrain,” Proton says in a statement to the Malaysian Stock Exchange. “The duration of the feasibility studies will commence ...

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