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Taiwan firm keen to invest in Brunei

A TAIWAN-BASED developer of green technology is keen to invest in Brunei.

Taiwan’s KD Holding Corporation President J J Liao told The Brunei Times the company is interested to form a public-private partnership (PPP) with the government on renewable energy.

“We would like to improve the quality of life here by introducing renewable energy, but we will need the government’s support,” he said, adding this is the reason they’re keen on PPP.

“I think the quality of living in Brunei is high and the country’s GDP is high. I understand the government is looking into renewable and green energy undertakings and we think there is some opportunity for us to invest here,” he said in an interview held on the sidelines of yesterday’s meeting with government officials.

He’s keen to meet up with government officials to know more about investing in the sultanate.

“it would be an honour for us to invest in Brunei,” he said.

Liao said the company has already developed and established waste-to-energy and solar photovoltaic plants in Taiwan, China and in the US.

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