KUALA LUMPUR, March 23 (Reuters) - Malaysian state investment arm Khazanah Nasional is considering taking some state-linked companies private, the agency's chief said on Thursday, in what could amount to a re-nationalisation of some businesses. Asked at an investors' conference if Khazanah was considering such a step, Khazanah Managing Director Azman Mokhtar replied: "Yes. Taking firms private is an attractive option." He did not elaborate or name any companies. There has been ...
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