Huge funding for entertainment and sports that Malaysia doesn’t want
Beyoncé canceled a show in Malaysia in 2007 after government regulations prohibited her from wearing revealing clothing, dancing or sprinting on stage. (AFP photo)

PETALING JAYA: It’s not just Taylor Swift. Malaysia has also not been able to seize the opportunity to attract other blockbuster singers whose voices can boost the economy.

They are being put up for sale under an agreement between the Malaysian government and American entertainment group Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG).

But Malaysia doesn’t seem to want the wealth that comes with it.