Hong Kong paper maker Lee and Man Paper has announced that it is opening a new HK$5.1- billion production plant in Malaysia as it looks to meet China’s increasing demand for paper.
It is also looking to build on its growing presence in Southeast Asia.
The new factory in Sepang will allow Lee and Man Paper to expand its capabilities in high-grade packaging paper, and at full production, the plant will . . .
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