FGV on the tough road to recovery


Haris: We are starting to see good results coming from the fields.

IT has been a collage of issues that have dragged FGV Holdings Bhd into the mire in recent years. Scandals and losses whittled away at the profitability of FGV to a point the once proud company became a husk of its former self.

With the cash from the initial public offering almost exhausted and saddled with assets that are underperforming, FGV underwent a rejuvenation process to swing its fortunes around.

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