Sabah is open for business, says Hajiji

KOTA KINABALU: Three memoranda on high impact investment in agriculture, industrial and tourism will be signed soon in Sabah as the state goes into recovery mode from the Covid-19 pandemic, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor.

He said the state was certain these new investments, including an innovative solar glass manufacturing and a large-scale herb plantation, would get good returns while creating jobs.

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