Six months after its completion, the ambitious Port Klang Free Zone resembles a ghost town, with only about a dozen tenants scattered about the site instead of the anticipated crush of clients.
PKFZ - modeled after the highly successful Jebel Ali Free Zone in Dubai - was conceptualised as the region's hub of choice for the export and transhipment of manufactured goods.
An estimated RM4.6 billion of government money has been spent in the mega-project.
But was it worth it? There was also accusations of conflict of interests and abuse of power.
Malaysiakini investigates in this four-part series.
RM4.6b bailout: Shahrir calls for probe
Speaker disallows debate on RM4.6 bil scandal
Chan rules out fraud in PKFZ project
Anwar: BN stars in real story of PKFZ
PKFZ: Chan not in PAC's sights
PAC visits PKFZ, to quiz AG next
PKFZ: Visit by PAC mere 'media stunt'
BACKGROUND:History of bailouts