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KL 'using Singapore formula'

Malaysia#8217;s proposal to sell raw water to Singapore at RM6.25 per 1,000 gallons, a price 200 times higher than the original three sen, is derived from Singapore#8217;s own suggested formula that #8220;would stand the test of time.#8221;


Johor: We'll stop buying

Johor will no longer buy treated water from Singapore and spare the republic the subsidy it claims to have borne in the sale of water to the state.


Govt to sell three-sen booklet on water row

In a follow-up to the series of advertisements to counter Singapore#8217;s allegations over its water dispute with Kuala Lumpur, the Government is making available to the public a booklet on the contentious issue from Monday.


‘Sabotage led to closures’

Investigations into the cause of the pollution along Sungai Cheras that led to the closure of the Cheras 11th Mile Water Treatment Plant several times have revealed that some were due to sabotage.


PM: Ads outlined facts on water deal

Advertisements placed in local dailies since Sunday on the water issue with Singapore were aimed at informing the people about the facts behind the issue, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said yesterday.


NEAC: We still have right to review pact

Malaysia still has the right to review the price of raw water although it did not do so in 1986 and 1987, according to the National Economic Action Council (NEAC).


Singapore profiting from us

Singapore made a profit of RM662.5mil from the sales of Malaysian raw water in 2001 based on the figures released by its Public Utilities Board (PUB), said the National Economic Action Council (NEAC).


KDEB eyeing water treatment project in Sumatra

KUMPULAN Darul Ehsan Bhd (KDEB) plans to make its first overseas water-related venture through participation in a water treatment project in Sumatra, Indonesia.


Ads to give people clear view on water talks, says Abdullah

Malaysia's decision to go on a media campaign on the water issue is to explain the truth about Singapore's stand and is not based on emotions.


PM: We'll tell our side of the story

The Government will tell its side of the story in response to Singapore's publication of a book on the stalled water talks.