PKNP

AcronymDefinition
PKNPPerbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Pahang (Malay: Pahang State Development Corporation; Malaysia)
PKNPPulu Keeling National Park (Australia)
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'PKNP did not have any plans to start physical work in the area until they get the allocation from the Federal Government,' he said.
He cited the situation of PKNP - the state's largest GLC - as an example, calling its RM600 million debt 'unthinkable' and 'sad'.
Ahmad Faizal said he had spoken to the respective chief executive officers of PKNP, Mentri Besar Incorporated (MB Inc), and the Perak State Agricultural Development Corporation after Pakatan Harapan took the reins of power, telling them that it was right for them to resign.
'Mining activity can start only after the EIA report is approved by PKNP, which will apply for the Proprietor Mining lease from the state government and export licence from the federal government,' he said.
Nazri said the PKNP was also scrutinising the content of the agreement between Felda settlers and bauxite operators in order to coordinate the restoration work of land affected by the mining activities.
The state government, he added, wanted PKNP to focus on its original purpose, which was to provide the industrial infrastructure to attract more foreign investments to the state.
PKNP refers to Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak which holds the majority share in PCB.
In the clash between Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNP FC) and Pahang at Perak Stadium, Ipoh, the hosts lost 1-2.
'The [previous] state government burned their fingers on this project, through the Perak State Development Corporation (PKNP),' Nizar said in a recent interview.
DAP Member of Parliament Nga Kor Ming today urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate Perak Corp Bhd (PKNP), after an external auditor's report showed that the group incurred a net loss of RM340.6 million in a single year (2017).
Meanwhile, Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNP) FC edged 2018 Premier League leader, Felda United 2-1 at Tun Abdul Razak Stadium in Jengka.
Champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) took over the summit from Selangor in the Malaysian Super League by defeating PKNP FC 3-0 today at Larkin Stadium.