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  • Proton Q2 2006 loss

    Proton Holdings Bhd may post a second quarter loss of RM700 million due to MV Agusta, it’s unprofitable motorcycle unit. It previously posted a first quarter loss of RM 12.4 million, and attributed those to […]

     


  • Perodua hopes to reduce waiting time

    Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd hopes to cut down the waiting list time for its vehicles to two to three months from the current five months by Q2 2006. Perodua currently produces 280-300 cars a day […]

     


  • Perodua man for Proton CEO?

    Proton Holdings Bhd may appoint Syed Zainal Abidin Mohamed Tahir as the new chief executive officer of the company, replacing former CEO Tengku Mahaleel Ariff. Zainal Abidin is currently the deputy managing director of Perusahaan […]

     


  • Proton Chancellor 2.0 V6

    Proton has announced the availability of the Proton Chancellor beginning 15th December 2005. It will debut during the ASEAN Summit from 12-14 December. What is the Proton Chancellor? It’s basically a Proton Waja chassis with […]

     


  • Proton to use Bosch diesel injection systems

    Robert Bosch is in talks with Proton Holdings Bhd on supplying diesel fuel injection systems. Bosch currently supplies Proton with engine mnagement system parts, brakes, brake calipers, ABS systems, actuation systems, wiper washer systems and […]

     


  • A1GP PROTON Pro Celebrity Race Results

    The A1 Grand Prix PROTON Pro Celebrity Race went on without a hitch on the last day of the A1 Grand Prix of Nations. We saw an exciting battle between 11 cars driven by local […]

     


  • 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 […]

     


 
 
 

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