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Chemical Week Magazine :: New Construction Projects
Malaysia to build Southeast Asiaâ€™s first integrated phosphate complex
6:30 AM MST | January 17, 2014
Cahya Mata Sarawak (CMS; Kuching, Malaysia), through its Samalaju Industries subsidiary, has concluded a joint venture agreement with Malaysian Phosphate Venture and Arif Enigma to build a 1.04-billion Malaysian ringgit ($318.6 million) integrated phosphate complex, the company has announced. The complex will be built in the Samalaju Industrial Park at Bintulu, Malaysia, within the regionâ€™s Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy. Salamaju and Malaysian Phosphate Venture will each hold a 40% stake in the Malaysian Phosphate Additives Sarawak jv, with the remaining...
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