PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir expressed his wish that the change in government in Malaysia will lead to even closer ties between our country and Japan.
In a speech in front of Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe and other invited guests in Tokyo, he promised a new Malaysia that is stable, progressive and business-friendly.
“We will repeal oppressive laws and the new government, the former opposition is attached to principles of democracy, freedom and rule of law.”
Dr Mahathir spoke about the need for Malaysia to encourage a return to talent.
“We need to reclaim people educated in new knowledge. There will be workers and managers who are familiar with new industries,’ he said.
He urged Japan to focus on Malaysia, because it will be a new profit centre
“If you invest, I promise you, the government will treat you as a honoured guest. Malaysia under the new government is business-friendly.”
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