Satellite Company says Malaysia didn’t act on time

Satellite company accuses Malaysia of not acting on time

Malaysia’s handling of the crisis is once again being scrutinized. A British satellite operator is now accusing officials there of taking four days to act on critical data that was passed onto them.  Several days before Malaysia announced new search corridors and abandoned the search on the West coast, a British satellite firm gave the data it had to the Malaysian authorities.The operator now says the Malaysian government had wasted four days in acting on their data. CCTV’s Rian Maelzer reports from Kuala Lumpur on the latest controversy.

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