Sarawak

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A tropical climate, abundant fresh water and vast tracts of land for farming have endowed Sarawak’s agriculture sector with ample resources to achieve sustainability in several staple food categories, including grains, fruits, vegetables and edible oils. While self-sufficiency in rice is still a work in progress, the state’s farmers are now...

What are your projections for pepper prices in the short-to-medium term, given global pepper demand currently outpacing supply and rapidly rising prices?

What progress has been made in recent years on the construction of the Trans Borneo Highway, and what will be its immediate economic effects?

What factors have accounted for the recent increase in vessel calls to Bintulu Port, and from which industries are the highest rates of activity coming?

 

The once underdeveloped transportation infrastructure is transitioning from a maligned weakness to a position of strength as improvements across air, sea and land connections continue to ease the flow of goods and people both within Sarawak and abroad. For an island state whose inland waterways also still serve as the primary conduit for...

 

With major front-end utility investments for the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) such as water and power hook-ups now complete, efforts are shifting towards completing transportation infrastructure to accommodate the surge in the industrial park’s growing cargo traffic. This includes ongoing construction of two new dedicated ports...

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