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Jst Inf
Without Spore Bandar Malaysia is nothing! Can break the contract anytime do you think foreign company still have confidence to invest here and set up hq?
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Jst Inf
Many also not interested to buy the props here anymore..ask them buy themselves..bye bye
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Mohd Razif Mohd Shah
“We will make our best efforts to conclude discussions with Malaysia by Dec 31. However, if by Dec 31 Malaysia does not proceed with the HSR Project, under our agreements with Malaysia, Malaysia will bear the agreed costs incurred by Singapore in fulfilling the HSR bilateral agreement,”
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Jst Inf
they wil bring it to international court, at least take few years time for the compensation, not guarantee success also..how many years you can wait?
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yk tan
bye @jst inf
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Mohd Razif Mohd Shah
That is during PH under Tun M instruction..now PN willing to negotiate !!!
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Mohd Razif Mohd Shah
hahahahahahahahahaha..sweet dream tonight !!!!
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Khaw Wei Chin
hahahaha sweet dream la tiap tiap malam
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Jst Inf
one day show bye!
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Mohd Razif Mohd Shah
@Jst Inf ..bye2..see u at BANDAR MALAYSIA !!!!
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Jst Inf
What?!!! Bandar Sungai Besi??
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Jst Inf
https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2020/12/04/cabinet-to-discuss-change-to-hsr-route-says-source/ Botak one day show..most likely cancel the HSR, bye bye Bandar malaysia, hello Bandar Sungai Besi!
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Jst Inf
He noted that a breach of the HSR agreement with Singapore would cost Malaysia about RM320 million in compensation.

But he said it would be better in the long run to pay the compensation as Singapore had more to gain from the HSR than Malaysia.

“It’s better to lose over RM300 million now than RM3 billion in the future.”
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Franz Liszt
He said there might not be any need to construct a HSR and Malaysia could consider a different kind of rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.

“It doesn’t have to be a typical high-speed train like (the one) in Japan. What is important is that it is fast and electrified and suits Malaysia’s interests rather than Singapore’s.”
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