Last week former Prime Minister Najib Razak was acquitted by the High Court over the tampering of a 1MDB audit report.
Separately, the government announced that a deal had been reached with the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund Ipic and its subsidiary Aabar Investments for $1.8bn.
What’s the update on all this and how much can Malaysia recoup from ongoing settlements with other parties?
For answers, BFM speaks to P Gunasegaram, an independent business writer.
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