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China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the company that owns the Volvo, Lynk Co and Geely car brands, on Wednesday agreed to purchase 49.9 percent of Lotus parent company Proton from current owner DRB-Hicom.

As part of the deal, Geely will also purchase a 51 percent stake in Lotus.

Terms of the deal weren’t revealed as a final agreement isn’t due to be signed until late July.

It was first revealed in September that DRB-Hicom was looking to offload a stake in loss-making Proton and that Geely and France’s PSA Group, the owner of the Citroën, DS, Peugeot—and soon Opel—brands, were the lead bidders. DRB-Hicom bought Proton in 2012 from the Malaysian government but has struggled to turn the automaker around. Proton sold just 102,000 cars in 2015.

A potential boon for Geely is Proton’s two Malaysian plants which have a combined annual capacity of 350,000 cars. Proton also has a footprint in the growing Southeast Asian market, though it hasn’t enjoyed much success outside of its home market and even there sales are declining due to inferior products and poor after-sales service.

In addition, Geely would be able to employ the talents of the Lotus Engineering consultancy for future products.

The deal would also be a boon for Lotus. Given Geely’s successful hands-off approach with Volvo, this could be a major turning point for Lotus which for decades has suffered from a shortage of development funds. Already on the drawing board is an SUV as well as long-overdue, U.S.-legal replacements for the Elise and Exige sports cars.

“Geely Holding is full of confidence for the future of Proton, we will fully respect the brand’s history and culture to restore Proton to its former glory with the support of Geely’s innovative technology and management resources,” Geely CFO Daniel Donghui Li said in a statement. “We also aim to unleash the full potential of Lotus Cars and bring it into a new phase of development, thanks to our experience accumulated through Volvo Cars’ revitalization.”


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China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the company that owns the Volvo, Lynk Co and Geely car brands, on Wednesday agreed to purchase 49.9 percent of Lotus parent company Proton from current owner DRB-Hicom.

As part of the deal, Geely will also purchase a 51 percent stake in Lotus.

Terms of the deal weren’t revealed as a final agreement isn’t due to be signed until late July.

It was first revealed in September that DRB-Hicom was looking to offload a stake in loss-making Proton and that Geely and France’s PSA Group, the owner of the Citroën, DS, Peugeot—and soon Opel—brands, were the lead bidders. DRB-Hicom bought Proton in 2012 from the Malaysian government but has struggled to turn the automaker around. Proton sold just 102,000 cars in 2015.

A potential boon for Geely is Proton’s two Malaysian plants which have a combined annual capacity of 350,000 cars. Proton also has a footprint in the growing Southeast Asian market, though it hasn’t enjoyed much success outside of its home market and even there sales are declining due to inferior products and poor after-sales service.

In addition, Geely would be able to employ the talents of the Lotus Engineering consultancy for future products.

The deal would also be a boon for Lotus. Given Geely’s successful hands-off approach with Volvo, this could be a major turning point for Lotus which for decades has suffered from a shortage of development funds. Already on the drawing board is an SUV as well as long-overdue, U.S.-legal replacements for the Elise and Exige sports cars.

“Geely Holding is full of confidence for the future of Proton, we will fully respect the brand’s history and culture to restore Proton to its former glory with the support of Geely’s innovative technology and management resources,” Geely CFO Daniel Donghui Li said in a statement. “We also aim to unleash the full potential of Lotus Cars and bring it into a new phase of development, thanks to our experience accumulated through Volvo Cars’ revitalization.”


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The most attractive quality of the Malaysian manufacturer is arguably that they are incredibly affordable. Basic but with some semi-stylish models, there are aspects which make them appealing, but in the UK there are other well-priced options which often push Protons into the peripherals of the public’s interest.

All used Proton on the AA Cars website come with 12 months free breakdown cover or member upgrade.

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Proton’s city car option, the Savvy, is a relatively stylish and efficient car that manages to fit in space for four doors and passengers, despite being on the small side. Slightly bigger is the Gen-2, which comes in either family hatchback or saloon form, and provides decent space for driver and luggage needs. Both cars are on the budget end of the pricing scale, and while this certainly makes them more attractive than some of their pricier rivals, they do suffer somewhat on quality. As a unique and affordable alternative to the more mainstream cars however, they stand out.


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Proton P3-22A Spyshots: clearest pics yet of Proton’s upcoming 5-door Preve hatchback

These spyshots of the P3-22A Proton Preve Hatchback are probably the clearest and most high resolution we’ve seen so far. They were captured by reader Akmal along a route from Genting Highlands onto the Duke Highway, and then joining up to the NKVE.

According to Akmal, the Proton Preve sedan that you can see in one of the photos was escorting the P3-22A hatchback, and at one point it even squeezed into a space in between Akmal’s car and the P3-22A while they were in the same lane, presumably to prevent photos from being snapped. We were told there was some tailgating and random braking going on to deter avid spyshot snappers on the road.

It seems that whenever the P3-22A is out for testing, there’s an escort nearby, giving some weight to the theory that the Polo Sedan that suddenly started tailgating the P3-22A in another video  could have been an escort wanting to obstruct the rear view of the P3-22A to prevent photography.

Enjoy the spyshots below as Akmal managed to get plenty of angles, including the full-on side angle shot you see above, which was possible because the P3-22A slowed down after a toll booth to wait for the Preve sedan to catch up. Check out our P3-22A category  for more coverage.

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ABOUT PROTON

Perusahan Otomobil Nasional Berhad (PROTON) was incorporated in May 7, 1983 to manufacture, assemble and sell motor vehicles and related products, including accessories, spare parts and other components. PROTON produced Malaysia s first car, the Proton Saga, commercially launched on July 9, 1985 by then Malaysian Prime Minister, Dato Seri Mahathir Mohamed, who had originally conceived the idea of a Malaysian car.

PROTON s main plant is situated at Shah Alam, with an area of 99, 400 sq m. The site also houses an engine and transmission factory, a castings plant, R D centre and a semi-high speed test track. The factory is currently producing 240,000 units per annum.

The investment into developing research and design capabilities which includes the expertise of PROTON s wholly-owned subsidiary Lotus Engineering UK, one of the world s leading automotive engineering consultancy companies, has provided PROTON with an invaluable resource which has helped place the national car company at the forefront of the automotive industry. Proton acquired a share in Lotus Group International in October 1996. This stake was increased to 100% in 2003. Since the acquisition, personnel from Lotus are closely involved in Proton s new model development, with a team of engineers permanently based at the research and development centre in Malaysia.

The launch of Proton s new Research and Development facility in 1998 has contributed a most critical activity to the company; innovation in design and creative engineering methods. Consumers can now expect Proton to deliver more unique, stylish and attractively priced cars.

Completed in 2004, a state-of-the-art assembly plant was constructed at Tanjung Malim, 60 miles north of Kuala Lumpur. Its intelligently designed infrastructure of high-precision robotics ensures perfect quality at each and every stage of manufacturing. Capable of 150,000 units per annum on four multi-model production lines, it allows flexibility and rapid response to market demand situations.

This area has been named Proton City and consists of a 500 hectare site containing the factory, plant, housing, a university and other commercial buildings to accommodate component suppliers.

PROTON cars are making their mark internationally as competitive and innovative automobiles. They are now being exported to 50 countries including the highly competitive United Kingdom and continental European markets. With concerted and unswerving commitment from customers, business associates, shareholders, government agencies, and employees, PROTON is realising its goal of being an internationally successful Malaysian automotive manufacturer. It is achieving this by being customer oriented and by producing competitively priced and innovative products.


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I. Identification

1. The Issue

The case study focuses on the Malaysian automotive industry and the possible disadvantages and advantages that may be caused by the introduction of the Asian Free Trade Area (AFTA). The disadvantages can include loses incurred by the alleviation of protectionist measures, reduction in the overall output, and can have a negative affect on employment. On the other hand, it may open greater opportunities for the automotive industry through the regional cooperation and allow the mentioned industry to penetrate global markets. In order to do this, the goals for automotive industry are as how to improve the quality, become cost competitive, maintain dominance on the domestic market and become competitive in the international market.

2. Description

Malaysia is a member of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and represents one of the biggest automobile markets in the region. Before the beginning of the economic crisis in 1997, Thailand was the largest automotive market within the ten-nation ASEAN, followed by Indonesia, Malaysia, and then the Philippines. But the situation has changed in 1997 and 1998, where Malaysia became the largest vehicle market, followed by Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia. The automotive sector in Malaysia is assumed to be an engine of industrial development, provider of technological capability, and generator of inter-industry linkages (plastics, still, electronics, glass, metal, rubber, textile industry).

The history of Malaysian automotive industry goes back to early 1960s, where Malaysian government developed a policy to promote an integrated automobile industry to strengthen Malaysia’s industrial base. The main objectives of the government in promoting an automobile assembly industry were to reduce imports, save foreign exchange, create employment, develop strong forward and backward linkages with the rest of the economy, and transfer industrial technology. The government’s efforts were fully reimbursed – industry managed to move into the manufacture of motor vehicles and component parts in the 1980s and 1990s from just being fragmented and inefficient assembly base in 1960s and 1970s and fulfilled the abovementioned goals, that is significantly contributed to the national economy in terms of manufacturing output and employment. The automotive industry was led by the two national car projects (Proton and Perodua).

First National Car Project – Proton

Proton’s entry into the local automobile market in 1985 has resulted in massive structural changes in the industry, which was reflected in the shift of the domestic car market, which depended on imported cars, particularly Japanese makes, to one that is dominated by locally made cars. For non-Proton distributors, the entry of Proton has resulted in a much smaller slice of the car market. Nissan and Toyota, which dominated the local passenger car market in the pre-Proton era, have lost their popularity among local car buyers. The first Proton cars were rolled out in 1985, by a joint venture between Mitsubishi Motor Corporation (MMC), Mitsubishi Corporation and Heavy Industries Corporation of Malaysia (Hicom ).

Despite the fact that Proton had not successful start due to the 1985-86 recession which caused the decrease in demand and increased vehicle prices because of the Japanese yen appreciation against the national currency, the recovery of the Malaysian economy contributed to the increase in Proton’s production and market share, making it the best selling passenger car in Malaysia, with market share of 73%. The success story of Proton can be directly attributed to the government policy, which is said to be the most interventionist regime among the ASEAN countries. The national car manufacturers enjoy a certain amount of protection against foreign competition in the form of tariff and other non-tariff barriers. Below is the detailed information about the specific measures:

The import duty for passenger cars is between 140-300 percent, based on engine displacement. [New Diesel cars (Complitely built up, CBUs) are charged a rate of 120 percent, while used diesel cars are charged the same rates as gasoline engine vehicles (chart below)].


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Proton therapy is a type of radiation treatment that uses protons to treat cancer. It’s also called proton beam therapy.

A proton is a positively charged particle. At high energy, protons can destroy cancer cells. Doctors may use proton therapy alone. Or, they may combine it with other treatments, such as standard radiation therapy, surgery, chemotherapy, and/or immunotherapy.

Proton therapy is a type of external-beam radiation therapy. It painlessly delivers radiation through the skin from a machine outside the body.

How proton therapy works

A machine called a synchrotron or cyclotron speeds up the protons. The protons’ speed determines the energy level. High-energy protons travel deeper in the body than low-energy ones.

The protons go to the targeted place in the body. There, they deposit the specific radiation dose in the tumor.

With proton therapy, radiation does not go beyond the tumor. In contrast, with photon-based external-beam radiation therapy, x-rays continue depositing radiation as they exit the body. This means that the radiation leaving the body may damage nearby healthy tissue. That damage can cause side effects.

What to expect

You typically receive proton therapy in an outpatient setting. This means treatment does not require staying overnight in a hospital.

The number of treatment sessions depends on the type and stage of cancer. Sometimes, patients receive proton therapy in 1 to 5 treatments. Typically, this is called stereotactic body radiation therapy. If a person receives a single, large radiation dose, it is sometimes called radiosurgery.

Treatment planning

Like other external-beam radiation therapy technologies, proton treatment requires planning. Before treatment, you have a specialized computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. During this scan, you are on a table in the same position as during treatment. This may require an immobilization device.

Immobilization devices

An immobilization device restricts movement. The type of device depends on the tumor’s location. For example, you may need to wear a custom-made mask for the treatment of a tumor in the eye, brain, or head. This ensures the radiation accurately targets the tumor during each treatment.

Comfort wearing an immobilization device

Immobilization devices are designed to fit snugly. This prevents motion during the radiation treatment. However, the radiation oncology team cares about your comfort. Talk with the team to find a comfortable, reproducible treatment position. Your doctor may prescribe medication to help you relax if you feel anxiety lying still in an immobilizing device.

Receiving treatment

Treatment is delivered in a special room. Members of the team will place you on the treatment table using an immobilization device, if needed.

The treatment team aligns lasers to aim radiation at the marked site. Before treatment, you receive another x-ray or CT scan. This ensures that you are in the correct position. These pretreatment images or target-tracking images are often critical for accurate radiation therapy. Talk with your doctors about whether the proton therapy you are receiving uses these advanced imaging technologies.

Some proton treatment rooms deliver proton beams through a gantry. A gantry can rotate and deliver radiation therapy from the angle prescribed by your doctor. Your team members will move the gantry to the desired position before treatment.

Then, the radiation oncology treatment team leaves the room. Team members see, hear, and communicate with you through audio/video equipment. They use controls outside the room to give you the proton therapy.

Protons leave the cyclotron or the synchrotron machine. Magnets then direct them to the tumor, sometimes using the gantry. During this time, you must stay still to avoid moving the tumor out of the proton beam.

Time needed for each treatment

Typically, treatment lasts about 15 to 30 minutes once you enter the treatment room. However, these times vary based on a number of factors:

The part(s) of the body receiving treatment

The number of treatment segments

The number of x-rays or CT scans done during the positioning process

Ask your treatment team about how long treatment will take. Sometimes, you may receive several segments from different gantry angles. If so, ask whether someone will enter the room between segments to reposition the gantry. In some cases, the team rotates the gantry remotely.

Proton beam availability may also affect timing. Most facilities have only one proton cyclotron or synchrotron. So you may need to wait a few minutes until another patient finishes treatment.

Side effects

Proton therapy is painless. Afterwards, you may experience fatigue and skin problems. These include redness, irritation, swelling, dryness, or blistering and peeling. You may experience other side effects, especially if you are also receiving chemotherapy.

The risk of developing side effects from proton therapy depends on:

The part of the body being treated

The size of the tumor

The types of healthy tissue next to the tumor

Whether you receive chemotherapy at the same time

Your radiation oncology team will explain which side effects you may experience.

Cancers treated with proton therapy

Proton therapy is useful in the following situations:

Tumors that are near important parts of the body. For example, tumors near the eye, brain, and spinal cord.

Childhood cancers of the eye, brain, and spinal cord. Proton therapy lessens the chance of harming healthy, developing tissue.

Proton therapy also may be used to treat these cancers:

Central nervous system cancers, including chordoma, chondrosarcoma, and malignant meningioma

Eye cancer, including uveal melanoma or choroidal melanoma

Head and neck cancers, including nasal cavity and paranasal sinus cancer and some nasopharyngeal cancers

Spinal and pelvic sarcomas, which are cancers in the soft-tissue and bone

Noncancerous brain tumors

Risks and benefits

Compared with standard radiation treatment, proton therapy has several benefits:

It may deliver up to 60% less radiation to healthy tissue around the tumor, lowering the risk of damage to these tissues. However, more research is needed on these potential benefits to know for sure. Talk with your doctor about the benefits of proton therapy compared with other advanced external beam radiation therapy methods. These may include image-guided 3-dimensional conformal radiation therapy and intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT).

It may allow for a higher radiation dose to the tumor. This increases chances that all tumor cells are destroyed. Talk with your doctor to find out if you might benefit from high-dose radiation therapy.

It may cause fewer and less severe side effects during and after treatment. Talk with your doctor about the differences between the side effects of proton therapy compared with other advanced external beam radiation therapy methods.

Proton therapy also has drawbacks:

Proton therapy effectively treats only certain cancer types.

More research on the potential benefits of proton therapy is needed to fully understand how it compares with other advanced external beam radiation therapy methods.

Proton therapy requires highly specialized, expensive equipment. This means it is available at few medical centers in the United States.

It may cost more than conventional radiation therapy. Insurance provider rules about what is covered by insurance and how much patients need to pay vary. Talk with your insurance provider to learn more.


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View the Milky Way at 10 million light years from the Earth. Then move through space towards the Earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach a tall oak tree just outside the buildings of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida. After that, begin to move from the actual size of a leaf into a microscopic world that reveals leaf cell walls, the cell nucleus, chromatin, DNA and finally, into the subatomic universe of electrons and protons.

Once the tutorial has completely downloaded, a set of the arrows will appear that allow the user to increase or decrease the view magnitude in Manual mode. Click on the Auto button to return to the Automatic mode.

Notice how each picture is actually an image of something that is 10 times bigger or smaller than the one preceding or following it. The number that appears on the lower right just below each image is the size of the object in the picture. On the lower left is the same number written in powers of ten, or exponential notation . Exponential notation is a convenient way for scientists to write very large or very small numbers. For example, compare the size of the Earth to the size of a plant cell, which is a trillion times smaller:

Earth = 12.76 x 10 +6 = 12,760,000 meters wide
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Plant Cell = 12.76 x 10 -6 = 0.00001276 meters wide
(12.76 millionths of a meter)

Scientists examine things in particular ways using a combination of very sophisticated equipment, everyday instruments, and many unlikely tools. Some phenomena that scientists want to observe are so tiny that they need a magnifying glass, or even a microscope. Other things are so far away that a powerful telescope must be used in order to see them. It is important to understand and be able to compare the size of things we are studying. To learn more about the relative sizes of things, visit our Perspectives: Powers of 10 activity site.

Note: – The sequence of images in this tutorial has been optimized for maximum visual impact. Due to the fact that discrete exponential increments are not always the most convenient interval for illustrating this concept, our artists and programmers have made dimensional approximations in some cases. As a consequence, the relative size and positioning of several objects in the tutorial reflect this fact.

The original concept underlying this tutorial was advanced by Dutch engineer and educator Kees Boeke, who first utilized powers to aid in visualization of large numbers in a 1957 publication entitled “Cosmic View, the Universe in 40 Jumps “. Several years later, in 1968, architect Charles Eames, along with his wife Ray, directed a “rough sketch” film of the same concept and finally completed the work (entitled the “Powers of Ten “) with the assistance of Philip Morrison in 1977. Other notable contributors to this effort include Philip’s wife Phylis, who has assisted in translation of the concept into several beautifully illustrated books that are currently still available through the booksellers.

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