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April 15th, 2009
Wan Ab Malik explained that the company used the latest nanotechnology to induce the formation of agarwood in trees unlike in earlier days where karas trees were hacked with axes to get to the oil.
He said the new process not only assured the formation of substantial agarwood but also a quality end-product.
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