Chinese investors eyeing M’sian durian orchards


In demand: Chinese who have had a taste of the Musang King can’t get enough of it and are looking into buying in at the source.

COMPANIES and businessmen from China are hankering for one of Malaysia’s most famous exports – the Musang King. China Press reported that many Chinese nationals are keen to acquire orchards in Malaysia, to ride on the durian craze in their country.

They want to handle every aspect of the business, from planting to harvesting to exporting the king of fruits.

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Just RM5 per month.

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RM13.90/month
RM5/month

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RM12.33/month

Billed as RM148.00/year

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