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Bulk of RM6 billion payment for LCSs spent on equipment order, LTAT chief says

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Armed Forces Pension Fund CEO Ahmad Nazim Abdul Rahman says the delay in the delivery of six littoral combat ships, despite the government’s initial RM6 billion payment, was because the funds were spent to purchase almost all equipment needed to build the vessels. – Facebook pic, August 10, 2022.

THE delay in the delivery of six littoral combat ships (LCSs), despite the government’s initial RM6 billion payment, was because the funds were spent to purchase almost all equipment needed to build the vessels, Ahmad Nazim Abdul Rahman said.

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The chief executive officer (CEO) of the Armed Forces Pension Fund (LTAT) said with the current deal between the government and contractors requiring all six vessels to be build “concurrently”, a bulk order to purchase equipment was much cheaper compared to getting the individually.  


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