Proton Holdings Bhd has set up an interim executive committee to immediately start a search for a new chief executive to head Malaysia's largest car company. Former CEO Mahaleel Ariff was ousted this week after the auto maker's board of directors announced his contract would not be renewed when it expires Sept. 30. Proton Waja Mahaleel reportedly ran afoul of the board after criticizing the Malaysian government's auto policy in a newspaper interview. Proton is 42.7% ...
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