Earlier this week British media reported that AirAsia and AirAsiaX were among those which allegedly received bribes from airliner manufacturer Airbus. With top AirAsia board members on leave, what will the ensuing local investigations tell us about corporate governance in Malaysia? Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan of Astro Awani speak to P Gunasegaram, editor-in-chief of Focus Malaysia.
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