FELCRA

AcronymDefinition
FELCRAFederal Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority
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Among the soil sampling sites, Pulau Kempas has the highest number of Ascomycetes isolated in which 43 isolates were obtained, followed by Pulau Carey with 35 isolates, and Felcra Sijangkang with 28 isolates, respectively.
Bernama said Felcra decided to investigate palm oil-based biodiesel production to take advantage of current high prices for the commodity.
FELCRA's operation was funded by grants from the federal government.
In Malaysia, the Federal Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority (Felcra) began as a program in 1966 and by 1996, it operated 1,781 projects on 250,000 ha and 117,530 smallholders.
Felcra Bhd has been urged to undertake progressive rationalisation to deal with the fall in crude palm oil (CPO) prices and take advantage of economies of scale to find new business opportunities.
I was involved in Malaysia's Federal Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority (FELCRA) and Rubber smallholder Industry Smallholder Development Authority (RISDA).
'Discussions are being held with Felcra which has expressed the need for many workers, up to 6,000,' he told reporters at the launch of the Malaysian Prisons Department CSI programme here.
The government have an allocation of RM34 million to continue the constructions of houses for second-generation Felcra participants nationwide, said Minister of Economic Affairs Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
It is important to have this study, because only then we can know what infrastructure is needed on the island,' he told reporters after attending the meet and greet programme with the FELCRA residents here.
In the afternoon, he is scheduled to attend a gathering with the Felcra Seberang Perak community at Dewan Besar of Felcra Bandar Seberang Perak.
He said Annuar must have lost his 'moral moorings' in commending the appointment of Datuk Seri Najib Razak as chairman of the Barisan Nasional (BN) advisory board when the Pekan MP is now on trial for corruption and has been linked to other scandals involving other Malaysian institutions like Tabung Haji, the Federal Land Development Authority and Felcra Berhad.
Bung was charged on May 3 with three counts of accepting bribes amounting to RM2.8 million in July 2015 when he was non-executive chairman of Felcra Berhad to approve the wholly-owned government corporation's RM150 million unit trust investment in Public Mutual Berhad.