M'sians footing 1MDB's big CSR bill, charges Pua

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1MDB's staunchest critic Tony Pua has accused the firm of pretending to be a profitable company, spending big on corporate social responsibility (CSR) via its mega-borrowings, which it is now unable to service.

The DAP lawmaker was responding to 1MDB which said yesterday it had spent RM690 million through its foundation for worthy causes and none of the money were from stolen sources.

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