Anwar hopes Utusan survives but says govt has no role to save it

Annabelle Lee

Modified 20 Aug 2019, 1:57 pm

PKR President Anwar Ibrahim (photo, above) hopes Utusan Malaysia, the nation’s oldest Malay-language newspaper, will pull through its recent bout of financial troubles.

Nevertheless, he maintained that Putrajaya should not get involved in rescuing the private firm, which is now struggling to pay salaries and is on the brink of collapse...

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