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  • New Proton CEO – Malaysian or Foreigner?

    Two candidates have been identified as front-runners for the new top post at Proton replacing Tengku Mahaleel Ariff. They are Hicomobil Sdn Bhd’s chief executive officer Norzahid Mohd Zahudi and DRB-HICOM’s group director for services […]

     



  • Mahaleel Out Of A Job

    Proton Holdings Bhd’s board has decided not to renew Tengku Tan Sri Mahaleel Tengku Ariff’s chief executive officer contract which expired September 30. Mahaleel had been in Proton since 1996 when he joined as vice […]

     


  • The AP Saga Chronology

    For those who have been in the dark on Rafidah and the AP Saga, here is a nicely compiled chronology of events by The Malay Mail.

     


  • No More Tears!

    This post will not have much text in it. A comic by Reggie Lee. :-P Via Brand New Malaysian

     


  • How Franchise AP Holders Make Their Money

    It’s not just Open AP holders which can make money by hawking APs. This is how Franchise AP holders make their money without much effort. To me it is the equivalent of AP hawking with […]

     


  • AP Cheaters Identified

    The Customs and Excise department is imposing a Profit and General Expenses charge on the 34 models of 6 makes of vehicles which the government believes have been underdeclared in the past.

     


  • Ringgit Floated

    The ringgit has been floated to a managed float against a basket of currencies which Malaysia trades with. This floating followed China’s decision to float their yuan. How will this affect our automotive market? The […]

     


  • Proton Vendors Want Protection!

    The Proton Vendors Association wants AP holders to be barred from importing cars that are in the segments of markets that Proton is in. It’s president Dr Wan Mohamed Wan Embong outlines what they want […]

     


  • AP Saga: The Opposition Speaks Up

    Opposition party DAP leader Lim Kit Siang has insisted that MITI Minister Rafidah Aziz should disclose the full list of AP recipients since she took over the MITI portfolio in 1987. The list released by […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 13 Apr 2019