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The Malaysian government has chosen US-based seabed exploration firm Ocean Infinity to resume the search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370.

The company earlier offered to take up the $200 million search for free, amid claims experts have pinpointed the crash site.

Family members of the 239 passengers who disappeared along with the plane were contacted by the Malaysian government, who said they were negotiating the terms and conditions of the search, ABC reported.

The initial search of the ocean floor was suspended in January after no trace of the plane was found on the ocean floor.

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