KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): Malaysian officials are expecting China to negotiate hard over suspended infrastructure deals and believe Beijing sees fugitive financier Jho Low as a bargaining chip and won’t hand him over easily, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.
In a report published today, WSJ said Malaysian officials believe China has been harbouring one of the world’s most-wanted financial fugitives alleged to be at the centre of the US$4.5 billion theft from 1Malaysia Development Bhd.
Klarity, a member of the Y Combinator 2018 Summer class, wants to automate much of the contract review process by applying artificial intelligence, specifically natural language processing. Company co-founder and CEO Andrew Antos has experienced the pain of contract reviews first hand. After graduating from Harvard Law, he landed a job spending 16 hours a […]