Malaysia election: Mahathir struggles to sell The Loaf bakery chain to fund election campaign

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Malaysia election: Mahathir struggles to sell The Loaf bakery chain to fund election campaign

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The chain had another outlet in Langkawi, near the tourist beach strip of Cenang.
Dr Mahathir, who now leads federal opposition pact Pakatan Harapan (PH), told The Straits Times he wanted to sell the business to raise funds for his election campaign.
The Loaf was the only premium bakery in the area and was popular among the yacht owners and foreign tourists.
The Loaf was the only premium bakery in the area and was popular among the yacht owners and foreign tourists.
The Loaf was the only premium bakery in the area and was popular among the yacht owners and foreign tourists.
PublishedApr 14, 2018, 10:54 pm SGTUpdated3 hours ago

LANGKAWI - Situated on a boardwalk facing a marin a of expensive yachts, The Loaf in Telaga Harbour, Langkawi was the bakery chain's first outlet, known for its Japanese-style crispy croissants, cranberry cheese buns and tarts.

The brainchild of Malaysian former prime minister Tun Mahathir Mohamad, the 12-year-old lifestyle bakery and bistro was doing a roaring business serving breakfast and teatime crowds before it abruptly closed its doors this week, along with 11 other outlets in Malaysia.

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  • MALAYSIA ELECTIONS
  • MAHATHIR MOHAMAD
  • MALAYSIA

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