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WSJ investigation: China offered to bail out troubled Malaysian fund in return for deals

The secret discussions show how China uses its political and financial clout to bolster its position overseas

LGE: We'll verify WSJ claims about China's 1MDB bailout

PUTRAJAYA: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng says he will have to check the records to determine whether claims that senior Chinese leaders offered to help bail out Malaysia's state-owned 1MDB investment fund in 2016 is true.

Ties with Malaysia to hit new heights, says ambassador

KUALA LUMPUR: China-Malaysia relations will flourish to new heights, says China’s Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian (pic).

Chinese investment in Malaysia: don’t judge it by controversies with Mahathir

While the media focuses on the US$23 billion worth of Chinese-backed projects opposed by the Malaysian prime minister, it’s easy to forget the smaller scale successes, says economist

CPP seeks compensation for axed jobs

PETALING JAYA: China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co Ltd (CPP) has acknowledged the government’s decision to cancel the pipeline projects and would discuss fair and equitable compensation with the Malaysian government.

“CPP will proceed to discuss with the asset owner/Malaysian government for a fair and equitable compensation for the cancellation of the projects,” it said in the statement.

CPP seeks compensation for cancelled pipeline projects

PETALING JAYA: China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co. Ltd (CPP) has acknowledged the government’s decision to cancel the pipeline projects and will discuss fair and equitable compensation with the Malaysian government.

Wee: Show us documents on cancelled projects


PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has called on the Government to reveal the feasibility studies, cost-benefit analyses and economic impact studies done to account for the cancellation of three mega projects.

A slew of scandals

Following the fall of Barisan Nasional, a slew of scandals that allegedly took place under its nose surfaced. There has been no rest for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) which have been investigating the scandals involving billions of ringgit.

China Petroleum says no funds paid to third parties

KUALA LUMPUR: China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co Ltd (CPP) has refuted reports about the allegations of payment of funds to third parties over its pipeline projects in Malaysia.

“There were absolutely no funds paid to any third-party Cayman Island-based company and/or companies whatsoever. Any allegations or statements to the contrary are completely false,” it said in a statement.

China Petroleum Pipeline says no funds paid to third parties

KUALA LUMPUR: China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co., Ltd (CPP) has refuted reports about the allegations of payment of funds to third parties over its pipeline projects in Malaysia.

China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co., Ltd (CPP) has refuted reports about the allegations of payment of funds to third parties over its pipeline projects in Malaysia.