Proton looks to expand its presence in China, signing a memorandum of understanding with Beijing’s Hawtai Motor Group to explore collaboration in product development and production. The Malaysian and Chinese auto makers will evaluate the possible creation of a joint venture in China to develop new models through joint design and development cost-sharing. A Proton statement says their study of the business case will be completed in three months. The initial phase after establishment of ...

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