The Malaysian government has set a new deadline for Proton Holdings Bhd, saying it will decide on a partner for the national auto maker in the next three months. Mohamed Yakcop, Malaysian second finance minister, says in a published report that all of the parties involved must move fast to resolve the problems at Proton, which is 43% owned by government investment company Khazanah Nasional Bhd. An earlier March 31 deadline to name a strategic partner for Proton went unmet. Mohamed says ...

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