When national pride is too costly ...


Major shareholder: Proton is actually still Malaysian-owned at 50.1.

Malaysia is not losing anything with the sale of a 49.9% equity in Proton to a strategic partner 

LET’S be frank – it isn’t wrong to suggest that most Malaysians have long grown tired of using taxpayers’ money to keep the national car project afloat.

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