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Malaysia proposes making of an Asean car with Indonesia

KL also mulls over revival of programme to scrap old cars to boost Proton's prospects

UNENDING WOES: Declining domestic sales and poor export numbers continue to crimp embattled car manufacturer Proton Holdings' sales.

Kuala Lumpur

MALAYSIA has embarked on two proposals that could boost the prospects of embattled car manufacturer Proton Holdings.

One, for the proposed joint development of an Asean car, was mooted by Prime Minister Najib Razak when he met Indonesia's new President Joko Widodo