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GFI keep coming out with the “same thing” because Putrajaya has done absolutely nothing but looking for excuses in the past 6 years to curb the illicit capital outflow.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Abdul Wahid Omar has dismissed the report by Global Financial Integrity (GFI) saying that he “absolutely disagrees” with the report and explained that Malaysia is a major trading nation which has a lot of multinationals. 340 more words
December 17, 2014
COMMENT: I am surprised when I read this Malaysian Insider report (below) that my school mate at the Penang Free School and contemporary at the University of Malaya–we are both 75 years old–Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Din has decided to withdraw from the Group of 25 Eminent Malays, which had issued an open letter on December 9, 2014 calling on the Prime Minister to form a panel of experts to resolve any conflict between enacted Islamic laws and civil law, and the Federal Constitution in a rational dialogue. 1,685 more words
Asia Sentinel reports -
Mahathir attempt to overthrow Najib may be gaining traction
With the filing of a police report late last week by a member of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s own political party, the long knives have appeared in Malaysia, seeking the premier’s scalp over the scandal-ridden state investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. 1,113 more words
Malaysia still world number one illegal capital outflow per capita, will Najib now agree to create a central public registry of corporate beneficial ownership information to curb illicit capital outflow?
According to the latest annual report by Washington-based Global Financial Integrity (GFI), Malaysia lost a total of RM171.11 billion (US$48.93 billion) in 2012 from illegal capital outflow. 369 more words
December 15, 2014
UMNO Revolt Rises Against Prime Minister Najib
by Asia Sentinel Correspondent
With the filing of a police report late last week by a member of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s own political party, the long knives have appeared in Malaysia, seeking the premier’s scalp over the scandal-ridden state investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. 1,110 more words