Seven, including four Malaysians, set sights on NBPOL


PETALING JAYA: The race to acquire a major stake in New Britain Palm Oil Ltd (NBPOL) has further intensified, with seven parties expressing interest, including four Malaysian plantation giants.

The others are two plantation groups from Indonesia and Singapore’s Wilmar International Ltd. The Indonesian companies are the Sinar Mas group and RGE Group, said sources.

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