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Malaysia keen on resuming high-speed rail project with Singapore

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Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim speaks at the Invest Malaysia conference in Kuala Lumpur on March 8. (Photo by Norman Goh)

KUALA LUMPUR -- Signaling that Malaysia is keen to revisit the high-speed railway project connecting Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim's government says it is now open to all proposals from all companies.

Transport Minister Anthony Loke said on Wednesday that while the government has not yet decided to revive the project, it also has no intention to shelve it yet.

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