PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Malaysia's state infrastructure firm plans to spend 10 billion ringgit ($2.7 billion) to expand rail and bus networks in Kuala Lumpur and its surrounding areas, the government said on Tuesday. The move is aimed at improving the public transport system and easing worsening traffic congestion in the Malaysian capital, Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak said after a meeting with transport officials. He said state firm Syarikat Prasana Negara Bhd ...
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