Pekema’s soft loan proposal


  • Auto
  • Thursday, 15 Feb 2018

Pekema's president Zauniddin Abd Rahman at yesterday's press conference. - Bernama

CYBERJAYA: The Malaysian Association of Malay Vehicle Importers and Traders (Pekema) has asked the Government to allow approved permit (AP) fees accumulated in the Bumiputra Automotive Fund to be used as soft loans for Proton dealers to upgrade their outlets.

Pekema president Datuk Zainuddin Abd Rahman told reporters at Wisma Yayasan Pekema here yesterday that since 2010, the fund, which collected RM10,000 for each AP, has reached RM3bil. — Bernama

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