Key Malaysia Airlines (MAS) investor Khazanah Nasional, Malaysia’s sovereign wealth fund, has said it is looking a range of potential options for the financially teetering airline. However, Khazanah which owns 69.4 percent of MAS stock insists that the airline is not on the ropes just yet. A week ago Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar Khazanah, managing director of Khazanah, asserted that MAS still "has enough reserves to go ahead for the near term, for 12 months." Azman added that ...
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