A settlement between troubled Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and a clutch of state-owned Abu Dhabi entities involved major financial concessions from both governments, a review of documents and interviews with officials and executives with knowledge of the transactions reveal.
More startlingly, it called for the special dispensation that no legal action could be taken against individuals involved in the transactions, The Sunday Times has found.
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