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In 3 years, Johor won’t need Singapore’s treated water, Malaysian minister says

Malaysia plans to raise Johor's treated water supply to 260 million litres per day in three years.

4 key things that came out of the meeting between Singapore’s PM Lee and Malaysia’s PM Mahathir

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Singapore, Malaysia agree to suspend overlapping port claims

Both sides have agreed to not anchor government vessels in the area.

PM Mahathir says Johor govt, people must speak up on the Singapore water agreement

The "rich" country of Singapore has been benefiting from "poor" Malaysia in the water issue, Mahathir said.

Malaysia PM Mahathir Mohamad wants to raise price of raw water sold to Singapore by more than 10 times

Dr Mahathir had in recent interviews criticised the 1962 water deal as "too costly" and "ridiculous", and said Malaysia would approach Singapore to renegotiate the terms of the deal.

Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah maintains that the relationship between the Singapore and Malaysia is at a ‘very good level’...

The minister is in Singapore on the invitation of Singaporean Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan.

Johor chief minister proposes a 16-fold price hike for water sold to Singapore, says the new price will be ‘reasonable and affordable’

The Johor government hopes the price change would help it "keep with the current times".

Water row resurfaces as Malaysia’s belt-tightening resurrects age-old dispute with Singapore

The age-old dispute about water between Singapore and Malaysia has resurfaced after Dr Mahathir said the on-going deal is "too costly".

Malaysia’s PM Dr Mahathir brings water dispute with Singapore back into the spotlight, says the ongoing deal is ‘too costly’

Dr Mahathir drops another bombshell on Singapore by revisiting the water issue.