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Jho Low: Hunt for a Fugitive (Part 2) | Featured Documentary
Syed Saddiq on 1MDB and Why Malaysia Must Have Answers | Where Is Jho Low - Episode 3
How Much Did 1MDB Fraudsters Really Steal? | Where Is Jho Low - Episode 4
1MDB Fraudster’s Deal With China Revealed | Where Is Jho Low - Episode 5
A $333 Million Break in the Case | Where Is Jho Low - Episode 6
Jho Low taking lift up to work daily at iconic Shanghai World Financial Centre?
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KUALA LUMPUR – The likelihood of renowned Malaysian fugitive Low Taek Jho openly carrying out huge financial dealings in China appears to be even more probable, following revelations made by investigative journalists Tom Wright and Bradley Hope. 

In what the duo labelled as their “biggest break” since they began their search to pinpoint Low’s whereabouts, they claimed that a British Virgin Islands company – Grace Zenith Limited – has a US$333 million (RM1.46 billion) subscribed capital contribution to a company once owned by Low.

According to documents shared by the duo on episode six of the Where is Jho Low? series on the Project Brazen YouTube channel, Low – better known as Jho Low – and his reported business associate Seet Li Lin had “recently” removed their names as owners of Guiyue Business Consulting.

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Is 1MDB Mastermind Doing Business in Taiwan? | Where is Jho Low - Episode 7
Putrajaya negotiating with China for Jho Low’s extradition, claims author
Malaysia negotiating to bring Jho Low back
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PETALING JAYA: Negotiations are ongoing to bring fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, back to Malaysia.

“Discussions (on the matter) are underway with the countries involved through the proper diplomatic channels,” said Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim.

“That (bringing back Jho Low) has been our position and we have been very tough on that since day one,” he told reporters at the Malaysian Red Crescent headquarters here today.

Anwar said the process to repatriate Low, the fugitive financier at the centre of the 1MDB scandal, is a complicated one that involves multiple countries, intelligence services and Interpol.

However, he did not want to confirm if these negotiations involved China.

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