The Malaysian government misses its end-of-March deadline to find a foreign partner for Proton Holdings Bhd. Shares in the national auto maker fell nearly 7% last week following a report Volkswagen AG had scrapped tie-up talks. But the German auto maker insists negotiations continue. A published report quotes Malaysian government adviser Graeme Maxton as saying the search for a Proton partner will not end any time soon due to strategic disagreements between the auto maker and the ...
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