China to build power plant in Malaysia

Apr 26, 1997 02:00 AM

China's Ministry of Machine-building Industry has been contracted to build a large power plant in Perlis, Malaysia. The contract involves the largest overseas project of its kind ever contracted by the ministry.
The agreement for the Perlis 650 MW Combined Cycle Power Station Project, involving a total investment of almost $ 400 mm, was signed in the Great Hall of the People.
Chinese Vice-Premier Zhu Rongji extended his congratulations to the first successful co-operation between the two countries in this aspect during a meeting with Tan Sri Dato Seri Abdul Hamid Pawanteh, chairman of the Teknologi Tenaga Perlis Consortium. Zhu said the signing of the contract has opened new ways of economic co-operation between the two countries. He also called for continuous joint efforts to expand the Sino-Malaysian co-operation in the machinery industry and other industrial sectors. Tan Sri Hamid came to China especially for the signing of the contract.
With the China National Machinery and Equipment Import and Export Corporation taking the lead, the Perlis project is sub-contracted by the Harbin Power Engineering Company Ltd and the GEC Alsthom of France. Bao Xuding, minister of China's Machine-building Industry, attended the signing ceremony and was present at the meeting between Zhu Rongji and Tan Sri Hamid.

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