Lim Guan Eng said transactions were 'highly suspicious' © Xinhua/PA Images
Lim Guan Eng said transactions were 'highly suspicious' © Xinhua/PA Images

Corruption probe launched into Malaysian pipelines

6 June 2018

An anti-corruption investigation will take place in Malaysia into the payment of billions of ringgit to a Chinese firm for two controversial pipeline projects.

Finance minister Lim Guan Eng is at the forefront of a campaign to expose financial scandals in the previous administration of former prime minister Najib Razak, who lost in the country’s general election last month.

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