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Malaysia to build Southeast Asia’s first integrated phosphate complex

10:02 AM MST | January 20, 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 region’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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