M’sian direct-selling firm CNI spreads wings to India


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  • Monday, 07 Jul 2003

CNI, a Malaysian direct-selling company has spread its wings to the Indian subcontinent after successfully establishing itself in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta. 

From a humble beginning, CNI operations have progressed to a product range of 300 items, from health supplements to its hot-selling ginseng coffee and Tongkat Ali tea. 

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