Malaysian national car company Proton Holdings Bhd sees a reversal of fortune and produces a net profit of RM202.87 million ($62.78 million) for its financial year ended March 31, a sharp turnaround from a net loss of RM589.53 million ($182.45 million) the previous year. The result reported to the Malaysian Stock Exchange saw revenue rise 14.6% to RM5.63 billion ($1.74 billion) from prior-year’s RM4.91 billion ($1.52 billion). Proton Chairman Azlan Hashim says three successive quarters ...

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