Proton Holdings Bhd is holding what it is calling “intense” discussions with global auto makers, including Volkswagen AG, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Renault SA, on different types of collaboration. Malaysia’s The Star newspaper reports the talks cover potential tie-ups surrounding engines and vehicles. “The discussions are quite intense,” Managing Director Zainal Tahir tells reporters during a visit to the Proton-owned Group Lotus PLC plant headquarters in Hethel, U.K. He declines to ...
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