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Reanda Malaysia to provide consultancy services to more than 600 participants in “One Belt One Road Malaysia-China Economic Conference”, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Thursday, 16 July 2015 08:01

The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) and Bank of China (Malaysia) Berhad (BOC) are jointly organising the “One Belt One Road” Malaysia-China Economic Conference on 29th June 2015 (Monday) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and to arrange Business Matching session for enterprises from Malaysia, China and Southeast Asian countries to meet and explore business opportunities.

The “One Belt One Road” Malaysia-China Economic Conference is endorsed by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry of Malaysia (MITI), Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Malaysia, Malaysia-China Business Council (MCBC), etc.

Reanda Malaysia was appointed to provide investment related advisory to more than 600 participants which consist mainly from China.

The main objectives of the conference are:

  1. To further deepen cooperation between Malaysia and China businesses, to expand bilateral trade and investment so as to achieve the targeted US$160 billion trade volume by 2017.
  2. To build more pragmatic and effective platforms such as business matching for Malaysia and China businesses to establish trade, economic and investment cooperation for greater development.
  3. Malaysia is the gateway for China to ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Pull together the resources and strength of Malaysia and China businesses so as to explore more business opportunities.
  4. Integrating and seizing the “One Belt One Road” opportunities and advantages for countries along the line to strengthen mutual beneficial cooperation, to realize common development and promote common prosperity.

The Business Matching session was held till afternoon is an effective platform to facilitate business and investment interaction and cooperation between Malaysia and China.

Reanda Malaysia in "Action"!

H.E. Dato’ Sri Mustapa bin Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI) of Malaysia, the Guest of Honour at the conference.