Agency mum on 'role' of PM's son in power deal
The Energy Commission yesterday said that Tenaga Nasional Berhad's (TNB) RM2.45 billion deal with Samsung to develop a power plant in Penang was above board, but did not respond to allegations that the premier's son may have lobbied for the South Korean tech giant.
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