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Limited impact from lower CPO prices

Sime Darby Plantations Sdn Bhd, a unit of Sime Darby Bhd, sees limited impact on revenue from lower crude palm oil (CPO) prices.


Sime Darby to run large padi farms

Sime Darby Bhd's first step into padi cultivation may seem modest and quirky, but it is part of a bigger plan that may shake up the rice industry in Malaysia. Ultimately, the company wants to work with padi farmers and the authorities to form co-operative operating units to run large farms.


United call for government help

Six top local plantation companies are seeking the Government's assistance to work out an incentive programme to enable crude palm oil (CPO) to be used as an energy source in the industrial sector in a bid to reduce palm oil stocks and stabilise prices.


Setting a good example

A plantation firm undergoes checks to verify that its operations are green.


Sabah nets 13 deals in minutes

Sabah will be transformed into a bustling and advanced state with investments in biodiesel, agroculture, agrotourism, shopping, health and medical tourism, and transportation following the launch of the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC).


Sime to plant five million trees

Sime Plantations Sdn Bhd managing director Azhar Abdul Hamid remembers the simple joys of trapping spiders and catching fighting fish from rivers while growing up.liA HREF= target=on-top>Readers' Pledges/A>


Sime Plantations, Dutch firm in greenhouse gas control project

Sime Plantations Sdn Bhd expects to generate income of RM7.5mil annually from its Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) joint-venture projects with a Netherlands-based group.


Sime Darby adopts baby jumbo

Azhar Abdul Hamid approached Amid and the baby jumbo moved towards him, gently stroking Azhar's legs with its trunk, as if to say 'Hi, Dad.'


SJMC ordered to release patient’s medical records

Having survived cancer in hospital, a 65-year-old man won another crucial battle Friday - in court.


Double-storey low-cost, please

Some 250 former workers of Bukit Rajah Estate in Meru are refusing to accept the low-cost flats offered to them by the developer.