Deconstructing TRX and Bandar Malaysia


Modified 24 May 2017, 8:07 am

KINIGUIDE | Bandar Malaysia has been making headlines since Putrajaya's decision to spike a deal to sell 60 percent of the project to a Johor-China consortium.

This followed a long lull in news regarding the development and its sister project Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) - both of which have played a significant role in the 1MDB saga.

Malaysiakini deconstructs both projects to understand what the government plans to achieve, and what troubles have developed along the way...

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