Highest illicit outflows in Malaysian history

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Billions of ringgit have been siphoned out of the country over the years. Martin Jalleh sums up the dire situation.

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Bill Chua
Bill Chua
12 Aug 2012 2.25pm

The answer to your questions is with Bank Negara Malaysia as all wire transfer need approval from BNM. Governor Zeti (could be) fully aware but she is powerless as this is under Ministry of Finance – ah jib kor is in charge. The amount of funds that left the country peaked in 2009, when Anwar Ibrahim stated he will take over in September. All those ill gotten gains by UMNOputra over the past 50 years has to go overseas of else faced seizure? Even my 8 year old grandson interrupt us by telling us BNM has the answers but under OSA or the same act that Rafizi is being charged, they can keep their mouth shut….

athies
athies
6 Aug 2012 9.51pm

The government whoever it is, can bring the crooks to court… if GFI can computed how much has been transferred out… why don’t GFI name the persons who are transferring out large sums of money to tax havens!!!… why is this not done?????????????????????????????????