(Adds meeting with PM, more details, background) By Liau Y-Sing and Syed Azman KUALA LUMPUR, March 30 (Reuters) - Shares in Malaysian carmaker Proton Holdings fell nearly 7 percent after a newspaper said Germany's Volkswagen AG had scrapped tie-up plans, but VW said high-level talks continue. Malaysia had set an end-March deadline to find a strategic partner for state-controlled Proton to give it greater access to foreign markets and had said it was talking only to Volkswagen, the ...
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