A computer glitch has halted Proton Holding Bhd deliveries in Malaysia, angering customers, one of whom arrived at a dealership demanding his vehicle. But industry analysts tell The Star newspaper the problem is unlikely to impact the auto maker’s sales. All cars from Proton’s Shah Alam manufacturing plant are sent 12 miles (20 km) to a holding area near Klang, 22 miles (35 km) southwest of Kuala Lumpur, where they undergo inspection and storage before being delivered to dealers ...
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