Samurai bonds, review of China-backed projects won't affect M'sia-China ties, says Tan

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  • Sunday, 11 Nov 2018

SEPANG: The review and suspension of several China-linked mega projects in Malaysia and the issuance of "Samurai Bonds" which will be guaranteed by the Japanese government will not affect the bilateral relations between China and Malaysia, says Malaysia's Special Envoy to China Tan Kok Wai.

"Based on my observations, the enquiries we have received from Chinese companies which want to invest here over the past few months has been tremendous," he told reporters after launching a tree-planting campaign at the Xiamen University Malaysia campus here on Sunday (Nov 11).

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