Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd (Proton) wins shareholder approval for a corporate revamp, paving the way for possible alliances with foreign car makers. Proton Persona The restructuring proposal puts Proton's five core divisions under a new parent company, Proton Holdings Bhd, a new investment holding firm. The five divisions include manufacturing, marketing, engineering services, property and financial services. Proton Holdings is expected to take over Proton's stock ...

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