Malaysia's Sime Darby not to invest in undersea cable


KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 (Reuters) - Malaysia's Sime Darby , the world's largest listed palm oil company, will not invest in a company to be set up for the laying of undersea cable project in Sarawak, the company said on Wednesday. (Reporting by Soo Ai Peng, Editing by Faisal Aziz)

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