Anwar on Sabah Dispute, Malaysia Elections

March 8 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim talks about the conflict in the nation's state of Sabah, located in the northeast of Borneo Island. Clashes between Malaysian forces and a group of Philippine Muslims have killed 60 people over the past week as the two sides battle over ownership of Sabah. Anwar also discusses the upcoming national elections. He speaks from Kuala Lumpur with Haslinda Amin on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." Jacel Kiram, a spokeswoman for the group, also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

Malaysia Central Bank to Crack Down on FX Wrongdoing
24:56 - Malaysia’s central bank will crack down on wrongdoing in the foreign-currency market, such as fixing of the exchange rate, to ensure stability in the ringgit, Governor Muhammad Ibrahim said. Bloomberg's Haslinda Amon reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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