Guinea picks Malaysia's KGV to develop oil palm plantation


KUALA LUMPUR: The Republic of Guinea is looking up to Malaysia’s expertise in the palm oil sector to boost the two nations’ bilateral trade ties, which was valued at RM143.1mil last year, and the African republic has selected K Global Ventures Sdn Bhd (KGV) to start the ball rolling.

Guinea’s Minister of Trade, Marc Yombouno, who was on a visit here to meet investors, announced that negotiations had led to the selection of KGV to develop 100,000ha in Guinea to grow and process palm oil.

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