MACC probe shifts to bidding process


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  • Sunday, 14 Jan 2018

Mainland end: An aerial view of Pantai Bersih along Bagan Ajam in north Butterworth where the Penang Undersea Tunnel is expected to link with Gurney Drive on the island.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is entering a new phase of its probe into the Penang undersea tunnel project – the bidding process to undertake the feasibility study for the project.

Sources within the MACC said the investigating team is now looking through documents to focus on how the process was carried out to appoint the companies to conduct the study.

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