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Topic: Thomas Su

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IPOH, Feb 16 — Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu should come clean on the forest farm development project at the Kledang Saiong and Bukit Kinta Forest Reserves, the state Umno said to...
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IPOH, Feb 15 — The Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB) has denied it is involved in a 400-hectare forest farm development project at Kledang Saiong and Bukit Kinta Forest Reserves.
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IPOH, Feb 14 — NJ Development Sdn Bhd, the company that was awarded 400-hectare land concessions over two forest reserves, is no longer an RM2 company.
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IPOH, Feb 13 — Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu today said that the state government awarded a newly-formed company 400 hectares of land concessions over two forest reserves through direct negotiations...
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PETALING JAYA: Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu today said a new company, said to have a paid-up capital of only RM2, was given the contract to replant 400ha of forest reserve in the state on th...
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The decision to grant 400ha of land at the Kledang Saiong Forest Reserve in Perak for development was not based on the company's track record, but the knowledge and experience of its management.
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SERI ISKANDAR, Feb 12 — The Perak state government awarded a newly-formed company 400 hectares (ha) of land concession over two forest reserves because it believed the RM2 company had the ability to...
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IPOH, Feb 12 — Perak Umno waded into the 400-hectare forest reserve controversy by questioning if the award to a RM2 company by the Perak state government was made with an open tender.
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PETALING JAYA: Two men with a “Datuk” title are the directors of a RM2 company allegedly awarded a project to develop 400ha of forest reserves in Perak.
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IPOH, Feb 11 — The Perak government must explain the reason why it awarded a 400-hectare land concession to a newly-formed private company with a paid-up capital of just RM2, DAP’s Thomas Su said ...