Proton Holdings Bhd reportedly is set to sign an agreement with Mitsubishi Motor Corp. in a pact expected to help the Malaysian auto maker break into the global market. News of the agreement comes out of Australia, where Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper reports Proton’s conclusion to its 3-year search for a partner is revealed by Proton Cars Australia Pty. Ltd. CEO John Startari. The newspaper says details of the deal with Mitsubishi, which helped to establish Proton in the 1980s, are ...

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