Norway’s Aker to Spend $100 mln in Malaysia

Norwegian engineering group Aker Kvaerner will invest more than $100 million in an integrated subsea oil and gas manufacturing centre in Malaysia, the company said on 4 June 2007.
The facility would be located on Port Klang, Malaysia biggest port on its west coast, Aker said in a statement, adding that the centre would be launched on 7 June 2007.

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