Proton Holdings Bhd plans to introduce new models over the next two years in hopes of regaining its once dominant share of the Malaysian market. In 2002, Proton held an all-time high market share of 60% in Malaysia, but now controls a 23% stake. “To get more sales, you need to have more product offerings, and that’s exactly where the company is concentrating on – product development that meets market requirements,” Proton Chairman Azlan Hashim tells reporters. “We will be very mindful ...
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