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Proton & Perodua Will Not Be Forced To Merge by Government

 

25 January 2011 - The Malaysian government will not force a merger between Proton and Perodua, Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said, making clear that any plans between the two national automakers will need the approval of their respective stakeholders.

In a Bernama report, Mustapa told reporters today that any solution or proposal would have to be agreed to by both stakeholders, saying that the government cannot force the companies to make a decision, given the long spectrum involved.

“At one end is loose cooperation and at the other, a merger, which has yet to be decided,” the Minister said today, adding that “it’s a major collaboration and cooperation between Proton and Perodua and not a straightforward process.”

He said that the government would encourage and have talks with both companies, adding that in reality, it made sense for the two companies to collaborate and make the automotive industry competitive.

 








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