Malaysia’s Prime Minister said a range of government actions will be considered for Malaysia Airlines Bhd. (MAB), as the airline continues to work on a revised business strategy to address its latest financial challenges. According to local media reports, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said the government is studying potential next moves regarding MAB, with options including sale, refinancing, or even closure. MAB is essentially government-owned, via the state-backed Khazanah ...

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