New company set to revive tuna port

1Efforts are being taken to revive the collapsed multi-million ringgit international tuna port in Batu Maung, Penang.

The Malay Mail was informed that a leading property developer, based in Subang Jaya, has been in talks with the Fisheries Development Authority (LKIM), the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industries (MoA) and the initial concessionaire holders, Malaysian International Tuna Port Sdn Bhd (MITP).

The extent of the company's involvement in the project however, remains unclear.

LKIM director-general Datuk Mohat Kazim Hamzah confirmed the matter, but remained tight-lipped over the details, saying it was still a "secret".

"It is a government matter. LKIM is eager to continue the tuna port project with a new company," said Mohat.

Read more in The Malay Mail today.

HD says: So what's the big "secret"?

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