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WTF: Petronas & Lynas In The Spotlight

17-Feb-23 09:30

WTF: Petronas & Lynas In The Spotlight

The Morning Run crew condenses the top conversations from the week, and keeps you clued in on the stories you might have missed. In this episode, we discuss the controversial appointment and resignation of World Bank President David Malpass; why Petronas and Lynas have been making headlines; and why arguments for EPF withdrawals continue to be put forth.

Produced by: Wong Shou Ning

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Philip See, Chong Tjen San


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Categories:  politicsgovernmentinternationalenvironmenthealth policyCorporates

Tags:  us-china tensionsworld banklynaspublic hospitals





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