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Malaysia Moves to Restore National Wealth Within Two Years

KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who has previously professed his intention to hold the Prime Ministership for just two years, has stressed that the government will prioritise efforts at restoring the wealth and rescuing the nation’s economy within this period. 394 more words

U.S. probe of Malaysia's 1MDB picks up speed after Najib's election loss

Najib and associates may hace pocketed part of $4.5 billion allegedly stolen from 1MDB

U.S. investigators have accelerated their probe into the 1MDB sovereign wealth fund set up by former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak and are exchanging more evidence with Malaysian authorities since Najib lost last month’s election, three sources with direct knowledge of the probe said. 342 more words

Malaysia: Prime Minister Mahathir vows to review TPP and deals with China

Government-linked funds and companies also to be scrutinized

CK TAN, Nikkei staff writerJune 08, 2018 19:50 JST  Updated on June 08, 2018 22:46 JST

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad speaks with the Nikkei Asian Review in Putrajaya, Malaysia, on June 8. 764 more words

Mahathir Mohamad seeking to arrest financier Low Taek Jho

SCOOP: Malaysian authorities probing 1MDB fund have issued arrest warrant for financier Low Taek Jho and are preparing warrants for two others, including an ex-Goldman Sachs banker…

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Financier Jho Low to Help in Malaysia’s Probe Into 1MDB

Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho said he will help in an investigation linked to scandal-hit state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) after the anti-graft agency summoned him on Thursday (June 7) for questioning. 352 more words

Malaysian central bank governor resigns amid corruption investigation

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday he has accepted the resignation of central bank governor Muhammad Ibrahim, but no decision has been made on a successor. 205 more words

Malaysia sees China link to huge financial scandal

Malaysia’s ousted leader has denied wrongdoing over a $2.4 billion China-backed pipeline deal after the new government said the project was “highly suspicious” and linked it to a massive financial scandal. 396 more words