Govt has received four offers to revive Malaysia Airlines, says Mahathir

Malaysia PM Mahathir Mohamad. Photo: Reuters

The Malaysian government has received four proposals to rescue the ailing Malaysia Airlines, although no decision has been made yet, said Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.

Mahathir was quoted by media reports as saying that the proposals are mostly from local entities. He said the government is prepared to listen to all proposals, including offers of a takeover and for collaboration with other airlines. Qatar Airways is said to be the sole foreign company to have sent in a proposal for a takeover of Malaysia Airlines.

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