SINGAPORE - There is a growing list of car brands in Singapore up for grabs, apparently with no takers. The Singapore Business Times reports that these orphan brands include Proton, Fiat, SEAT, Perodua and Hicom trucks. Despite talks with several companies, since Proton split with Cycle & Carriage six months ago, the Malaysian brand reportedly has been unable to find a new representative. Proton now is said to be considering acting as its own importer and distributor. The ...

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