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Ranhill to decide on India project

Ranhill Bhd will decide whether to invest in a US$1bil Indian power project after it finalises due diligence this month, a source close to the plan said yesterday.

Hong Kong: Cloaked in smog

Hong Kong's worsening air pollution can be traced to China which has seven of the world's 10 most polluted cities, writes KATIE HUNT.

N. Korea has severe pollution, says report

North Korea has #8220;very severe environmental challenges,'' including extensively damaged forests, highly polluted rivers and soot-filled air, the head of the UN Environment Programme said yesterday.

Jimah plans RM4.8bil bond issue

Jimah Energy Ventures Sdn Bhd plans to make a RM4.8bil bond issue by the end of the year to finance the construction of its 1,400-megawatt (MW) power plant near Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan.

Ranhill to buy 64% stake in Indian power firm for RM93mil

RANHILL Bhd has agreed to buy a 64% stake in Nagarjuna Power Corp Ltd (NPCL) of India by subscribing to 113.87 million new shares in the latter for about RM93.37mil.

Tronoh in talks to build power plant in India

TRONOH Mines Malaysia Bhd, which has successfully transformed itself into a power plant design and construction group from a mining concern, is currently in talks to build and partially own a 300-megawatt gas- and coal-fired power plant in India.

YTL buys Indon power plant

YTL Power International Bhd agreed yesterday to acquire a 35% stake and loan stocks in the second largest independent power producer (IPP) in Indonesia in a deal valued at US$139.4mil (RM529.7mil). YTL will also acquire 100% equity in the operator of the power station for US$3.6mil.

Emulating Mother Nature

INCREASINGLY, new concepts and approaches to make industries more responsible for the stuff they make are being introduced, especially in Europe.

Gamuda signs deal to develop hydro project in Laos

CIVIL engineering group Gamuda Bhd has proposed to develop a 400MW hydro-electric power plant in Laos to produce electricity for sale to Thailand.

Lion group to invest US$2.7bil over the next 10 years

THE Lion group intends to invest US$2.7bil over the next 10 years to expand its core businesses both at home and abroad, with a big chunk going to China, said its chairman Tan Sri William Cheng.