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replica Michael Kors handbags Belgium based Lhoist is investing 170 million euros (RM704.17mil) as part of the first phase of its business expansion in Malaysia and the region.
The privately held industrial firm, a leading lime producer with an annual turnover of 2 billion euros, acquired its first
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Lhoist vice president public affairs Jean Marbehant said the company chose Malaysia as its hub because it was a stable central country and had an open economy compared with other countries in
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Besides the financial investment, Bruyere said the company would bring in experienced engineers to develop local human capital.
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Lhoist director Mohd Sarthar Sulaiman said the company would hire local talents and give opportunities to local entrepreneurs.
Lhoist aims to reach a total production of 650,000 tonnes of lime from its quarries by 2016. The company will
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