Gov't allocated RM15m for Global Transformation Forum

comments     Zikri Kamarulzaman     Published     Updated

PARLIAMENT The Global Transformation Forum (GTF) 2017 received a special allocation of RM15 million from the government, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak said.

In a written parliamentary reply, Najib said the allocation was for operational costs, including the costs of inviting speakers, world leaders, and certain individuals who "encourage personal inspiration".

He added that other operational costs include a "transformation exhibit" involving countries such as Tanzania, South Africa, Oman, and India, as well as corporate entities...

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