Low senior passes baton to children

DESPITE having retired from the board of Asia Pacific Land Bhd in 2002, Tan Sri Low Yow Chuan, as the group adviser of AP Land, still keeps a close tab on the happenings and corporate developments in the group.  

His legacy of building up AP Land into one of the sizeable property groups with interests in property development and investment, hospitality and leisure, has been passed to his four children, who are now helming the organisation. 

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