Malaysia officials: continue to attract Chinese enterprises to invest in Malaysia


Malaysia officials: continue to attract Chinese enterprises to invest in Malaysia

Original title: Malaysia officials: continue to attract Chinese enterprises to invest in Malaysia

China News Agency, Nanning, September, 12 (Zhong Jianshan): "we encourage the" one belt road "project, especially in terms of FDI (foreign direct investment), we hope that Chinese investors will invest in Malaysia and will continue to attract Chinese enterprises to invest in Malaysia. Wang Jianmin, Deputy Minister of international trade and industry of Malaysia, said in an interview with China News Agency in Nanning, China, on December 12.

On September 12, the 15th China-ASEAN Expo and China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit were held in Nanning, where Wang Jianmin attended.

"In terms of trade, I have great confidence in the cooperation between Malaysia and China." Wang Jianmin said that this is his first time to participate in the China-ASEAN Expo, China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit, during which he will visit the Sino-Maqin Industrial Park in order to understand the situation of the park and make better plans to promote trade between the two countries after returning home.

Wang Jianmin said that China is the largest trading partner of ASEAN and Malaysia is the second largest trading partner of China in ASEAN. The two sides can cooperate in many fields. More than 20% of Malaysia's population is Chinese, and Chinese enterprises have the advantages and convenience of language, culture and life adaptation in investing and starting businesses in Malaysia.

He believes that many Chinese investors are interested in Malaysia and are very confident. "We have many challenges and many opportunities." He said that Malaysia's Ministry of International Trade and Industry will send more investment information to Malaysian and Chinese enterprises, so that both sides can work together, while providing more opportunities for Chinese enterprises to trade and invest in Malaysia. (finish)

Editor in chief: Zhang Yiling


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