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Love Durian So Much You Want To Eat And Invest In It? Now You Can!

Love Durian So Much You Want To Eat And Invest In It? Now You Can!

Durian Capital believes that the King of Fruits can work for you.

Maya Suraya

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Whenever the durian makes headlines internationally, it’s rarely to do with good news.

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Love it or hate it, durians are a big deal.

Did you know the global durian market was valued at USD18.72 billion in 2019 (RM77.5 billion) with expected growth to more than USD25 billion (RM103.5 billion) by 2025?

Malaysia alone is ranked 2nd largest global durian exporter.

Our production spans across 73,740 hectares, producing 341 million kilos of the fruit, and valued at USD1.27 billion with global exports worth USD29.4 million in 2018.

So even if you don’t like its smell or taste, I’m sure you don’t mind that the king of fruits shared some of its profits with you, right?

Well, this Malaysian company wants to make it possible and have started an agro-investment company that aims to do just that.

Durian capital of the world

Launched on 28 October 2021, they call themselves Durian Capital, which is a clever use of the word capital as a means of finance and also as one of the leading exporters of durians.

They seem to be completely legit too as the 1st Licensed Durian Investment Scheme regulated by the Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) under the Interest Scheme Act 2016.

So what do they claim you get for investing in the King of Fruits?

  • 7x projected ROI (return on investment)
  • High Annual Average Returns
  • Guaranteed pre-harvest returns
  • Capital guaranteed (buyback of your initial investment at end of the scheme)

Cultivation in progress

Durian Capital will be focused on the cultivation of the Musang King durian and have allocated 570 acres in Jempol, Negeri Sembilan to plant and cultivate 20,500 Musang King trees.

As of June 2021, 200 acres of land have already been developed with planting operations in progress.

Want to know more? Visit them online at:

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