Anisah Shukry

Malaysia to revive $34b transport hub project initiated by 1MDB in 2011

Bandar Malaysia will be developed with its original partners, Iskandar Waterfront Holdings and China Railway Engineering Corp.

PM Mahathir explores options to shut down or sell Malaysia Airlines

Khazanah is demanding the carrier come up with a strategic plan to compete in the industry, after pouring in $1.5 billion into the airline to make it profitable.

Malaysia may discuss dropping Goldman’s $7.5b charges for 1MDB case

The country filed criminal charges against the lender in December, the first for Goldman, and may discuss dropping those allegations if the bank pays the sum.

Former 1MDB president set to be charged in audit tampering case

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak will also face new allegations, adding to the dozens of 1MDB-linked charges that he has pleaded not guilty to.

Malaysian financier Jho Low’s presence at 1MDB meeting erased from audit report

The removal was done at the request of the then-principal secretary to former Prime Minister Najib Razak, a week before the document was presented to a select parliamentary committee in March 2016

Malaysia’s Tenaga Nasional in talks to increase stake in green energy firms

The company is considering increasing its stake in Turkey’s Gama Enerji AS that produces electricity using water, wind and natural gas.

Malaysia ex-PM Najib charged with three counts of money laundering

Najib was charged with three counts of money laundering breaches related to SRC International Sdn, a former unit of state fund 1MDB.

Former Malaysian premier Najib Razak summoned for questioning in 1MDB case

Najib must appear at the anti-graft agency on Tuesday to give his statement on the case relating to SRC International Sdn, a former unit of troubled state fund 1MDB

Malaysia issues arrest warrants for ex-1MDB executives

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission is seeking 1MDB’s ex-general counsel Jasmine Loo Ai Swan and former executive director Casey Tang Keng Chee

Malaysia scraps multibillion-dollar high-speed rail project to Singapore

The decision would deal a setback to construction and rail companies in Asia, including those from China and Japan, that are keen to gain a slice of orders.