Malaysia’s national car maker Proton Holdings Bhd reportedly is in talks with several global auto makers about a technical alliance to develop a new version of its Perdana luxury sedan by next year. Malaysia’s Business Times reports the auto maker is in discussions with General Motors Corp. and Renault SA. Proton was in aborted partnership talks with Volkswagen AG and GM in 2007. Last December, the company signed an agreement with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. to develop the new model for ...

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