Things seem to be going well for Malaysia's first national carmaker, Proton. Record earnings and the ability to make its own models without technological reliance on other carmakers are legitimate causes for satisfaction and pride. But what about the company's ambitions outside Malaysia? Ford has been touted as a possible strategic partner before. Tony Pugliese reviews Proton's progress and considers its strategic dilemmas.
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