Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin says he was given instructions and notes that the multibillion projects could resolve 1MDB and SRC's debts.
The Asian Development Bank estimates that Southeast Asia’s economies will need US$210 billion a year in infrastructure investment from 2016 to 2030.
Island Glades group claims only 5 people had attended a briefing session in 2014.
Former CEP member KS Jomo says there is more to the issue than meets the eye, adding he prefers that the project be cancelled.
Penang police say they may call in more people for questioning to see if there were elements of negligence in the landslide that claimed nine lives.
The project is estimated to be worth about US$7.9 billion, and Indonesia had agreed to pay 20% of the development costs, but a senior Indonesia official said on Friday it was seeking lighter financial terms.
The HD-LCD headlights that are undergoing testing on a VW Touareg feature a new lighting function: the ability to project information on the road via 30,000 light points.
This includes cost of land acquisition and other costs.
MACC says investigations are still on-going after questioning former education minister Mahdzir Khalid.
Osman Sapian says bridge will ease congestion at Causeway.
Company says it will adopt an 'open book' approach and will include an international engineering consultancy for the talks with the finance ministry.
He says the ECRL project must create value and be beneficial to people, especially in the 'highly untenable' economic situation now.
Feedback from explainers held over the past two months reveals most are surprised that a highway project is taking place in their backyards, says Penang Forum.
He says if HSR project materialises, it will definitely bring in more investors to Johor and Malaysia.
The works minister denies it is part of Pakatan Harapan's campaign ahead of polling day this weekend.
Concerns grow that China is setting up debt traps in countries which may lack the means to pay back the Asian giant.
The subway can remove 270,000 cars from the roads daily, and help transport 700,000 of Makati City’s daytime population of 5 million.
Housing and local government minister blames miscommunication for report that project would go ahead.
Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan will take whatever was discussed to Singapore Cabinet for decision.
In the run-up to the May 9 polls, Warisan condemned the Kaiduan dam project as many people would be affected, but now it proposes a similar project nearby.
The Auditor-General's Report says 19 contracts were approved without authorisation.
Gerakan secretary-general Liang Teck Meng says false accusations can cause serious harm to investments, exports and diplomatic ties.
NGO suggests RM46 billion project be reviewed by an international body specialised in public transport.
Pertubuhan Generasi Felcra Nasional (GESA) wants the government to review the hefty price tags on the houses built on land given to them.