Malaysia’s Newest Billionaire Automates Factories Around The Globe


Surging demand for electric vehicles and solar energy is proving to be a double boon for Malaysia’s Greatech Technology. The company’s shares jumped 330% in the past year, propelling its cofounder, Tan Eng Kee, into the billionaires club. (Forbes.com: Most popular stories) More More

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