This appeared in today's Straits Times in Singapore.
Also have a read of NST Online's coverage of this story.
You'll notice that NST made their report sound as bland - as sex in the missionary position with an Englishman with sore knees... - by leaving out all the "spicier" remarks from the original report, like the ones below:
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"...this is a major setback and could hurt investor sentiment"
"...the govt will need to come up with a solution quickly"
"...clearly they don't want to pour any resources into turning Proton around"
"...getting the locals to lead Proton's turnaround is not what the govt wants. But it looks like it doesn't have a choice"