Proton Holdings Bhd is asking the Malaysian government for an extra 16 million ringgit ($4.6 million) to encourage about 20% of its car dealers to close their businesses. Proton already has received MR10 million ($2.9 million) to fund the voluntary scheme, but some dealers are rejecting the plan, saying the MR150,000 ($44,000) in relief assistance is not enough. They argue they have spent a minimum of MR200,000 ($58,700) to set up their operations. The Malaysian Star newspaper quotes ...
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