‘China’s mega-investment may affect bumi business opportunities’

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Malay rights NGO Perkasa is concerned that China’s increasing investment in Malaysia would have adverse effects on bumiputera businesses.

“Perkasa held this roundtable discussion without any prejudice against anyone.

“Our concern is whether this investment would negatively affect bumiputera’s opportunities in business,” Perkasa vice-president Ruhanie Ahmad said to reporters after their roundtable discussion in Kuala Lumpur today...

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