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  • Proton-VW Tie-up Updates

    Volkswagen and Proton tie-up talks have made some progress, after a meeting between Proton Holdings Bhd and Volkswagen AG in Bangkok recently. Apparently Volkswagen has dropped it’s insistence to have a controlling stake in Proton, […]


  • Proton disposes of MV Agusta for 1 Euro

    Proton Holdings has sold it’s 57.57 percent stake in MV Agusta Spa to an Italian company Gevi Spa. Gevi Spa will assume MV Agusta’s debts and working capital requirements totalling 139.44 million euros, as announced […]


  • NAZA to sell Chinese mini cars

    The NAZA Group, controlled by tycoon Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin has set up a company called N-2 Sdn Bhd. N-2 is believed to focus on assembling and distributing Chinese-made mini cars, competing with […]


  • ChangAn CM8 assembled in Malaysia

    UPDATE: The CM8 has been launched in Malaysia as the Chana Era CM8, the cheapest 7-seater in Malaysia with a price tag starting from under RM40k. ChangAn Auto Group, based in Chongqing, China has completed […]


  • Locally assembled Mitsubishi cars

    Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia Sdn Bhd (joint venture betweeen Mitsubishi Japan 52% and EON 48%) is in talks with Proton Holdings Bhd and Sime Darby Bhd, among a few other car manufacturers on the possibility of […]


  • Oil Prices And Subsidies (An Explanation)

    I found this article on the National Economic Action Council’s website on why the oil prices have been increasing and why the government cannot continue subsidising our fuel, as well as why Petronas cannot take […]


  • Dr. M: Proton losses a mystery

    Dr. M has spoken up again on the issue of his brainchild Proton’s recent two quarterly losses in a row. “I am surprised that a company which was doing well suddenly reports losses (RM158 million […]


  • Team Proton mindset overhaul

    Proton Managing Director Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohd Tahir gave some insights on his first steps to turn around loss-making Proton when his appointment as Proton MD takes effect on January 1 2006 for a […]


  • 2006 Toyota VIOS Facelift in Malaysia

    If you surf to UMW Toyota’s Toyota Vios website, you will see that the new facelifted Toyota Vios is now available for sale. The updated prices are RM88,880.00 for the 1.5G high spec model, and […]



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Last Updated 20 Apr 2019