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  • Renault to assemble ASEAN cars in Malaysia

    Looks like the government’s National Automotive Policy bag of carrots is effective. Renault has chosen Malaysia for it’s ASEAN manufacturing hub, instead of Thailand. Renault’s Asia-Pacific vice president Patrick Debrot attributed the decision to Malaysia’s […]

     


  • A1GP PROTON Pro Celebrity Race Qualifiers

    The qualifying session of the A1GP PROTON Pro Celebrity Race was completed without a hitch today. All 12 cars have qualified, and times were consistently faster compared to the practice session yesterday.

     


  • RM391 million for Sepang

    Due to a restructuring exercise, Malaysia Airport Holdings, the current owner of the Sepang F1 circuit is trying to sell off the circuit. The Ministry of Finance agreed in 2003 to buy the circuit for […]

     


  • Proton Audit

    An audit has revealed there may be traces of bribery between Proton and the media when it comes to reviewing Proton cars. Apparently Proton had been very generous with the time spans it allows a […]

     


  • Proton-VW updates: 40% stake in manufacturing arm?

    Yet more updates on the Volkswagen-Proton parnership. The Malay Mail reports Volkswagen AG may buy 40% of Proton’s manufacturing arm, and assume management control over that unit. Proton’s board of directors had met up with […]

     


  • HLG on the automotive industry share market

    The Edge reports HLG Research expects non-national cars to make up 50% of car sales on the overall by 2007, and 47% by next year. HLG expects industry volume for both passenger and commercial vehicles […]

     


  • Proton Celebrity Champion’s Drive

    A special celebrity Champion’s Drive will be held at next week’s A1 Grand prix at the Sepang circuit. Malaysia’s A1 Team and Proton has organised a 10 lap race, which involves celebrities racing in Proton’s […]

     


  • Proton reviews non-core investments

    Sources say that Proton Holdings Bhd is reviewing it’s investments in MV Agusta Motor and the Lotus Group International. No decision made so far, but Proton might cut down on such investments that are non-core […]

     


  • Highway speed limit to remain at 110km/h

    Those who hoped proposal to raise the highway speed limits to 120km/h are in for a disappointment, as Minister of Works Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said the government had rejected the proposal and will […]

     


  • Proton to re-visit Mitsubishi partnership?

    The Edge reported on Monday that Proton Holdings Bhd is exploring partnership options with other automers including Mitsubishi Motors Corp of Japan. Talks between Proton and Volkswagen AG seems to have run into difficulty. It’s […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 10 Aug 2019