CNBC Hong Kong Interview

Following Sarawak Report, the 1MDB money to Najib’s accounts story is covered by the Asian Wall Street Journal today. The paper alleges that the story is based on investigative papers from Malaysian authorities. This is going to get very interesting.

Investigators Believe Money Flowed to Malaysian Leader’s Accounts – WSJ

http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10130211234592774869404581083700187014570?ref=%2Fnews-asia-business

http://www.sarawakreport.org/2015/07/sensational-findings-prime-minister-najib-razaks-personal-accounts-linked-to-1mdb-money-trail-malaysia-exclusive/

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I caught up with some reporters and more Malaysians. My friend Florence and her husband Philippe was exceedingly kind to take us on their sail boat and we sailed to Po Tai island for lunch.

This morning I was at the CNBC studio office in Wan Chai for a short live interview with Susan Li on the Najib 1MDB story.

You can watch my interview on CNBC here: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000394096

 

I am now at the prestigious and historic Foreign Correspondents’ Club having coffee. I am due to speak on Malaysia at noon and they tell me that the lunch is full house 80 pax.

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- July 6, 2015

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  1. Great talk today but still very skeptical about the future of M’sia. Is a long and hard road ahead, I salute you for fighting the battle on our behalf and the next generation. Good luck with the next election and I sincerly hope that your party would win. Looking forward seeing the changes. Put a competent team together for change management, you will need it.

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