COMMENT | Does Kuala Lumpur need yet another skyscraper in the face of towering national debt?
Investors confidence are also bolstered by the Mahathir's assurance of a pro-business environment.
UPDATED 3.55pm | The funds transferred from TRXC to 1MDB between 2012 and 2017, were 'diverted' from intended use, the company says.
Don't feign ignorance but reveal details about 1MDB transactions at the same time, DAP leader tells ex-PM.
UPDATE 4PM | Putrajaya's options are either to plug the RM2.8b hole, or pay RM3.51b in compensations and deal with an eyesore.
That was the price paid by 1MDB for the TRX land.
It appears that Putrajaya still has to spend money on former 1MDB projects in TRX.
Audited account of firm which acquired TRX land casts doubt on the claims, says PKR veep.
MP SPEAKS | Otherwise, why is the gov’t aggravating the property glut despite its own freeze?
YOURSAY | 'We, the man in the street, had seen the property glut coming.’
After Pua’s remarks on 1MDB-linked projects, See-to says DAP is ‘against country's interests.’
UPDATED 6.50PM | PARLIAMENT | The preliminary approvals for the projects have been given, adds the FT minister.
Tony Pua wants to know if Putrajaya bought back government land at a much higher price.
The Finance ministry is reportedly upset over the reluctance of local banks to loan RM2.5 billion.
Commuters using the LRT, MRT, BRT and Monorail services will enjoy a 50 percent discount on fares, starting tomorrow.
HSBC's participation in the project will develop Malaysia as a financial centre in the Asean region, says bank's CEO.
Everything is going according to schedule and Putrajaya is looking for the best offer.
KINIGUIDE | This is to understand what the gov't plans to achieve, and what troubles have developed along the way.
Will the gov't have to fork out RM741mil to refund the deposit paid by IWH-CREC consortium, asks the DAP MP.
TRX’s efforts to build Kuala Lumpur’s future included filling the current gap in the market for prime grade A office space.