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CEO in the news: For Top Glove CEO, the future is rubber

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Workers collect rubber gloves at Top Glove's factory in Klang, outside Kuala Lumpur.   © Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR Lim Wee Chai is a man in hurry. As founder and executive chairman of Top Glove, the world's largest latex glove maker, he is "hungry" for acquisitions and fresh capacity to stay ahead.

"We are not afraid of business or hard work; we are afraid of no business and no work," Lim, 58, told the Nikkei Asian Review following the successful listing of Top Glove shares on the Singapore Exchange on June 28.

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