Anwar out to attract investments

PMX’s one-day trip to China raked in RM20bil from three MOUs. To ensure they materialise, he needs to reform strict local equity rules and other red tape in Malaysia.

AFTER a Cabinet meeting last Saturday in Kuching, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim hit the ground running later that night by delivering a Malaysia Day speech to a full stadium before hopping on a plane to Nanning, China, for another packed event.

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