State may seek help from oil firms in royalty suit

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  • Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010

THE Kelantan government does not rule out the possibility of roping in foreign oil companies as plaintiffs in a proposed suit it plans to file against the Federal Government to obtain oil royalty.

“If we have foreign plaintiffs in the suit, we will have a two-pronged strategy by filing here and abroad,” said state Economic Planning, Finance and Welfare committee chairman Datuk Husam Musa (PAS–Salor).

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