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This is a commercially viable project.
The world cannot just sit by and watch genocide taking place.
How can this be? We should be allowed to discuss everything.
If the TPP is a no-go, then RCEP must be brought to a conclusion, the earlier the better and I think realistically we are talking about the end of 2017.
With today's economic situation, it's going to be a challenge because you don't see the world economy on a rising trend. It's going to be much more the same next year, as the year before.
After that I think that the price of oil will likely be at a slightly higher level, not at the all time high, but something between $60 to $70 per barrel, will be a comfortable level for us.
I am a strong supporter of developing trade and open regionalism in Asia Pacific. It is key to benefiting our peoples.
Their movement is deceitful. It is clear that these street protests are in fact the opposition disguised as an independent NGO working to unseat a democratically elected government.
Some have scaremongered that Malaysia is being sold off. This is absurd and absolutely false.
You sound just like Mahathir.
When it comes to the South China Sea, we firmly believe that overlapping territorial and maritime disputes should be managed calmly and rationally through dialogue, in accordance with the rule of law and peaceful negotiations.
We will continue to ensure economic indicators - such as inflation levels, growth rates and debt levels - remain strong and resilient, reflecting the core fundamentals of the economy.
We rest on our record. We have a strong record and we will continue to tell the Malaysian people that our government is still the best choice.
The matter is under consideration, but we need to determine the physical dimensions of the wall or fence as well as the sharing of the costs.
This is not a criminal suit, but a civil suit.
I want to say that what was done by the DOJ recently does not involve me, or the Malaysian government, or 1MDB directly. The suit named five people.
As the Prime Minister has always maintained, if any wrongdoing is proven, the law will be enforced without exception.
We have to establish facts first. This is a civil action, this not a criminal action. Those people involved will have their say through the court process in the United States.
Tun Mahathir Mohamad turned the elections into a referendum on my leadership. They (the people) rejected Tun Mahathir's lies, they rejected his unworkable coalition of former enemies, and they rejected the incoherent opposition – partly because of their alignment with Tun Mahathir.
The findings followed a thorough investigation by the relevant institutions, and he has confirmed what I have maintained all along: that no crime was committed.
Now that the matter has been comprehensively put to rest, it is time for us to unite and move on.
It is with a very heavy heart that I must tell you that an international team of experts has conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed from MH370.
Our priority at the moment is to find the debris and identify what had happened to the aircraft before we make a public announcement. Now all our effort will be concentrated on the area in the southern Indian Ocean which we have mentioned.
It is therefore with deep sadness and regret that I must inform you that according to this new data, Flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean.