KARACHI, Pakistan – Malaysian auto maker Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd (Proton) believes its new factory in Iran, which is scheduled to begin completely knocked-down car manufacturing operations next month, will further strengthen its position in the West Asia market. The factory in Borujed, 249 miles (400 km) south of the Iranian capital of Tehran, will have an initial production run of 90 units. Proton Wira Anuar Rozhan, Proton’s international business division general ...

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