"In the first tender opened on March 13 and closed on April 3 this year, nine companies submitted proposals. Venturepharm was not on the list," he said.
"It was opened during Datuk Azalina Othman's tenure as Tourism Minister. But when the new minister took office, a fresh tender was opened on May 13 and closed on June 4. Venturepharm came in only in the second tender and its proposal was not the cheapest."
Wee asked why Venturepharm, which has no prior experience in this field of work, was given the job.
The contract sum was reported as RM19 million, but Wee said the sum was RM19.998 million.
Ng Yen Yen has denied any political link that could have influenced the decision to award Venturepharm the contract.
Venturepharm's director Chen Oyan Yun Shai was unavailable for comments. She was overseas.
Chen's son Chin Fook Kwon, 24, is involved in another company Daro Worldwide Sdn Bhd, which was awarded a contract to operate the Tourism Call Centre.
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