Senior Volkswagen AG officials plan to meet with Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to discuss VW’s proposals for Proton Holdings Bhd, one of two national car companies. The Edge newspaper reports an intervention by Abdullah has kept alive the negotiations between the two auto makers. It says talks between VW and the government’s investment arm, Khazanah Nasional Bhd, had broken down irretrievably over what it calls significant differences of opinion. However, another ...

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