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Taiwan’s CPC denies plans to abandon Malaysia project (20-11-2012)
 
Taiwan’s CPC Corp, Taiwan (CPC) denied reports on of scrapping a planned investment project in Malaysia. The state-run oil refiner confirmed that the plan was still undergoing a feasibility assessment.
Kuokuang hoped to build a petrochemical complex covering the full petrochemical supply chain in Malaysia, but progress has been slow because of difficulties in securing land.
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