TUE, 10 AUG 2010 21:57
Ini Shaheed Kapoor, tak pernah tinggal puasa.
KUALA LUMPUR: Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Sdn Bhd (Proton) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with CIMB Group to offer syariah-compliant supply chain financing programme to Proton vendors.
Protong tak mengapur CIMB.., CIMB pun tak boleh nak mengapur PROTONG..thee he he
Yang berak kapur, terkapur2, dah dekat berpuluh2 tahun kena sumbat kapur dengan PROTONG..,
Ialah....rakyat 1Malaya!!! jual kat orang puteh, jual kat pak arab macam jual getah sekerap..timbang kilo.. thee he he
Tak caya? klik sini tengoooook... baru dia tau! baru dia ada hakai!!
Proton Holdings Bhd group managing director, Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir, said the programme was a critical component in the company's strategy to become a competitive global car manufacturer.
"The programme aims to alleviate the cash flow burden faced by vendors by closing the working capital gap from the initial stage of procuring raw materials to the final stage of payment by the company," he said at a joint media briefing here today.
CIMB Group corporate and investment banking deputy chief executive officer, Charon Wardini Mokhzani, said between the buying and delivery of the products, someone has to fund the capital used in producing the products and the bank would provide loans for the pre- and post-delivery processes.
"The bank has allocated over RM100 million under the programme. Through the pre-delivery financing, the vendors will be able to obtain financing based on monthly order value to pay for the raw materials.
"Subsequently, they will get post-delivery financing upon submission of invoices and documentations to Proton for acceptance," he said.
The pre-delivery financing applies the Murabahah concept and the post-delivery financing the Bai al-Dayn concept.
Moving ahead, Syed Zainal Abidin said the company would launch a new model this November and a new turbo engine next year.