ADVISORS have been called in help the owners of Lotus look into the car-maker’s possible sale.
KPMG has been hired by Lotus’ Malaysian owner DRB-Hicom, said local MP Richard Bacon in the House of Commons on Tuesday, reports the Telegraph.
Lotus said that some of the facts within Bacon’s comments were “innacurate”.
DRB-Hicom took over Lotus’ parent company Proton earlier this year.
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