Malaysia's $1.8 bln mega project with China Railway falls through


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KUALA LUMPUR, July 15 (Reuters) - An equity deal for a planned mega project near Malaysia's capital involving the government, developer Iskandar Waterfront Holdings (IWH) and its Chinese partner will not proceed by mutual agreement, the parties said in a joint statement. The agreement on a 7.41 billion ringgit ($1.77 billion)acquisition for 60% equity in the Bandar Malaysia mixed commercial project by IWH and its partner China Railway Engineering Corp (CREC) lapsed on May 6 after a failure to meet conditions, the statement issued on Wednesday said. Bandar Malaysia was due to house the terminal for the now-scrapped high-speed rail...