Johari told to publish letter claiming to prove Aabar BVI is IPIC's

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Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani has been challenged to publish the letter from the Registrar of Corporate Affairs that he said proves the British Virgin Island (BVI)-registered Aabar belongs to Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Corporation (IPIC).

In making the call today, PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli noted that 1MDB had paid US$3.5 billion to Aabar BVI for services in the issuance of two bonds, but IPIC says it has no links with Aabar BVI, which has an almost identical name with an IPIC subsidiary.

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