‘Let Sabah borrow if there are no funds’ | Daily Express Online

Kota Kinabalu: Malaysia’s special envoy to BIMP-EAGA Tan Sri Pandikar Amin has called on the federal government to allow Sabah to borrow money from abroad if the necessary funds are not available to build and connect the roads in Kalimantan , especially the road linking Serudong from Kalabakan to Sabah and Simanggaris in Indonesia.

Pandikar: “If assuming the federal government can’t afford to give us the allowances to do this infrastructure, then let the Sabahan government raise its own funds from outside, because I think the financial institutions there ‘foreign where ever will finance all the infrastructure projects to be done. in Sabah for the new development of Indonesia transferring its capital to Kalimantan.

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