The finance minister says his initial reservations were based on shareholders' stand.
The companies have offered to sell signalling assets as well as longer licensing agreements, and have already identified potential acquirers.
Prestariang Berhad says it is discussing its compensation with the government.
The company says the termination of the Eastern Dispersal Link does not entail any transfer or disposal of its unit, MLSSB, and MRCB Southern Link Bhd to the government.
The move could win over some opposition Labour lawmakers and increase the chances of getting a Brexit deal through Parliament.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador has in the past threatened to cancel the building of the New International Airport for Mexico City.
Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry warns of many implications for future water supply if Selangor declines to make decision by July.
Deputy minister tells Dewan Rakyat that government is committed to slowly doing away with toll charges.
Dubai has claimed that the Djiboutian government's termination of the concession it granted to DP World to operate at Doraleh was illegal.
An association representing Class F contractors wants Putrajaya to let them bid for jobs valued above RM200,000, saying concession companies are 'reaping what they haven't sown'.
After German Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU made many concessions to the SPD, the Young Union has demanded that the CDU find a successor to Merkel.
Current MyRapid card ceases to function on July 15 and needs to be changed.
National Registration Department officers are checking details of 2,700 Indians referred by MIC as facing problems getting citizenship.
The Pandan MP says it was the prime minister who confirmed that the project was awarded to Umno-linked millionaire Rozali Ismail's company during question time in Parliament on April 10.