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WTF: F1, Again In Malaysia?

02-Feb-24 09:30

WTF: F1, Again In Malaysia?

The last few days, there was talk that Malaysia would be hosting F1 again after dropping it in 2019 due to poor ticket sales and rising cost. Would it make sense to do so ? We also add the scandal at the office of South Korean President into the mix and how Malaysia isn't very different.

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Produced by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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Categories:  economypoliticsgovernmentinternationalcorruptionculture

Tags:  f1 petronas malaysiasouth korea dior scandalelon musk neuralink apple vision techmalaysia politics najib pardon





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