Water hazard: Malaysia’s belt-tightening resurrects age-old dispute with Singapore

FILE PHOTO: Tourists watch a demonstration of how the Marina Barrage dam works at a gallery in the Marina Barrage facility in Singapore May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su/File Photo

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – For over half a century, island-state Singapore has been getting half its fresh water from northern neighbor Malaysia – a deal that could be up for review as the new prime minister in Kuala Lumpur seeks to cut down on the country‚Äôs ballooning debt. Singapore was once part of Malaysia but they […]

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