VIENNA – Malaysia’s Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd (Proton) is considering assembling cars in Russia, even as it wraps up a preliminary deal to build Volkswagen AG vehicles in Malaysia. Small-car maker OAO Zavod Mikrolitrazhnykh Avtomobiley (ZMA) is seen as a potential partner for Proton in Russia. ZMA Managing Director Vasil Kadymovich Kayumov visited Proton earlier this year. The auto maker confirms negotiations are continuing but declines to provide details. ZMA, a subsidiary of ...

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