China’s Shanghai Baosteel Packaging is planning to construct a beverage can plant in Malaysia as it seeks to expand the market in South East Asia. It will be Baosteel’s second project outside China, the other being an established plant at Saigon in Vietnam. The news of the RMB461 million (US$66m) project by Baosteel Packaging, is…

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