‘Revelation’ on contentious Renong deal


PETALING JAYA: A former director of United Engineers (M) Bhd, Datuk Syed Amin Al-Jeffri, claimed that it was Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who was then the finance minister, who first instructed UEM to buy shares in parent company Renong Bhd.

He said this in a statutory declaration (SD) dated July 18, 2013 on events that had transpired leading to UEM buying a 32% in Renong in October 1997.

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