TI-M urges rethink of public-private partnerships, GLCs

Wong Kai Hui

Modified 30 Jan 2019, 4:50 am

Putrajaya has been called on to reconsider public-private partnerships (PPP) and the existence of GLCs to curb corruption.

Speaking at a conference in Kuala Lumpur today, Transparency International Malaysia president Akhbar Satar pointed out that it is unreasonable for the government to fund PPP projects and bear the losses if these fail.

“The capital for PPP projects are given by the government...

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