China refutes claim that Jho Low is in Macau

Modified 29 Jul 2020, 11:49 am

Chinese authorities have investigated all clues provided by Bukit Aman on the purported whereabouts of Jho Low in Macau but could not find the fugitive businessperson, the China Embassy in Kuala Lumpur said.

In a statement today, the embassy refuted a statement made by Malaysia's top cop, Abdul Hamid Bador who said Low, or his real name Low Taek Jho, is believed to be in Macau.

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