Proton confirms resignation of deputy CEO


KUALA LUMPUR: Proton Holdings Bhd had on Friday confirmed the resignation of Datuk Lukman Ibrahim as deputy CEO, effective July 29.

The national car manufacturer said Lukman had also resigned from all other appointments he holds within the group.

"Lukman's decision to leave Proton was on his own accord, and to pursue his own interests," it said.

Proton said over the past one year, he had assisted the management to raise the group's core business operations to a higher level of effectiveness and efficiency. 

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