UPDATE 2-Malaysia ends talks with VW, GM over Proton


(Adds quotes, analyst comments) FRANKFURT/KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Malaysia and Volkswagen , the world's fourth-largest carmaker, have ended talks aimed at setting up a cooperation deal with struggling national carmaker Proton Holdings . It was the second time in two years that VW-Proton talks over cooperation have ended without a deal, but VW said it still planned to build up a production base in Southeast Asia. Malaysia announced on Tuesday that it would no longer look for a ...

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