EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Can Proton survive without a partner?
Twenty years on from its formation as Malaysia's 'National Car' manufacturer, Proton is facing a crisis of direction. And unless it finds an international partner, it could collapse, says the man who set it up in the first place. That man is former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who told local reporters earlier this month: "At the rate it is going, it's not going to last long."
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