Johor state government accepts plans to set up petrochem plant rejected in Taiwan on environmental concerns

Malaysia’s Johor state government has accepted plans to set up a petrochemical plant by a Taiwan-based petrochemical company previously rejected at home over environmental concerns. Protesters in Malaysia debate about the standard of the country’s Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (PEIA) methodology vis a vis Taiwanese standards. The country’s Pasir Gudang and Pontian local councils had reportedly approved the project despite having no formal application.
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