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Raids on Chinese state-owned firms by KL's anti-graft agency throw spanner in the works

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Old 22-07-2018, 03:36 PM   #1
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Raids on Chinese state-owned firms by KL's anti-graft agency throw spanner in the works

The right hand did not know what the left hand was doing?

Malaysia sent an envoy to China to prepare the way for Dear Leader Mahathir, but this had to happen.


Malaysia's bid to reset its testy relations with China hit a nasty bump last week.

A carefully planned high-level bilateral pow-wow in Beijing was thrown off the tracks by a set of synchronised anti-corruption raids here on two China state-owned entities handling billions of dollars in infrastructure projects.

Diplomatic sources familiar with the situation said Tun Daim Zainuddin, the special envoy sent by the new Malaysian government for the talks, was stumped when he was informed by his counterparts in China about the raids on the two Chinese concerns by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) just moments before his meeting with Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
China is well aware the Malaysia is not mighty rich.

But what is the reason for wearing sandals? To look poor in front of Premier Li?

Surely, if Malaysia had enough money for the air ticket, they could afford to buy him a pair of BATA shoes with shoe laces?

So, they sent a man with white hair, holding a walking stick BUT wearing sandals, sitting there like a fresh poly graduate waiting anxiously to hear "Ok, you can start work next Monday, we will start you off with a salary of ..."

我真地无话可说 。。。

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