Malaysia’s People's Alliance opposition party is wrong to call for quick cuts to vehicle prices as part of its campaign for the May 5 federal election, a former Proton official says. “In my view, the reductions can be done, but they must be studied thoroughly and various aspects have to be taken into consideration,” ex- CEO Tahir Zainal tells the government’s Bernama news agency. “Many stakeholders are involved, because this not a small industry but a ...
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