KUALA LUMPUR - A CONFIDENTIAL report by a government-appointed task force probing one of Malaysia's biggest financial scandals has identified serious breaches on the part of several government officials, including a former minister.
The breaches led to billions of dollars in losses at a tottering state-owned transhipment hub, the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ).
The yet-to-be-released report, which will be discussed at the weekly Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, singles out former transport minister Chan Kong Choy; Madam O.C. Phang, the former general manager of the Port Klang Authority; and board directors of the port agency, for not carrying out their duties with adequate care. More
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