Pharma firm: Felda paid for Aussie stay of top officer's daughter

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A Federal Land Authority (Felda) subsidiary paid for the employment costs and living expenses of its former deputy director-general's daughter in Australia, said Australian firm Gordagen Pharmaceuticals Pty Ltd.

This included the salary of A$128,000, the use of a company car and accommodation at a luxury condominium, Gordagen said in a press statement.

Gordagen said there was a contractual agreement between Felda subsidiary Felda Wellness Corporation (FWC) and the firm that funds sourced from FWC would be used to pay for the daughter's expenses.

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