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Dateline 2016-08-10, The Star:
The lack of piped-in gas supply, which has been preventing Perak from attracting major investors to the state, will be a thing of the past when a new gas supply network is built.
International Trade and Industry Minister II Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan said work on the gas supply network was expected to start in October and would take about two years to be completed.
Ong said it would cost about RM180mil to implement the gas supply system, whereby Gas Malaysia has agreed to allocate RM120mil, while the remaining RM60mil will come from the state and the Federal Government.