Recently, Head of Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Meng Qiliang, which is also the Vice Governor of Guizhou, China has announced that he will lead a group of 60 delegates to Malaysia on 20-24 March 2012
During the visit, the People’s Government of Guizhou Province together with China Chamber of International Commerce and Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce will co-organize ‘Guizhou-Malaysia Business Cooperation and Investment Seminar‘ on 21 March 2012, at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, from 9AM until 2PM. Admission is free and lunch will be served to all attendees.
Info on Guizhou
Guizhou is an inland province with beautiful sceneries in Southwest China. The whole coverage of Guizhou Province is about 176,200 square kilometers and its overall population is 38 million. Recently, the Chinese Central Government has decided to boost Guizhou’s economic growth by a special package of favorable investment policies. The province is also rich in natural resources. The main industries are energy industry and tourism. There are materials, alcohol and tobacco, medication, food, high-tech, finance and logistics as well as information industry. Competitive industries in Guizhou Province include key national ecological industry, water conserving irrigation and coal processing.
The Vice Governor of Guizhou, senior officials and 30 business representatives will present their valuable business and investment projects at the seminar.
In this regard, all Council Members and Members of KLSCCCI are invited to attend the seminar which will serve as a good opportunity to meet face to face with the decision makers.
Registrations are open until 15 March 2012. Interested attendees may register themselves via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone by contacting the Secretariat of Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce at +60392231188 / +60392221506 / +60392224244. Details needed for registration will be the name of association represented, name of representatives, representatives’ positions, nature of business, business’ telephone and fax numbers, and representatives’ mobile numbers.
Founded in 1990, Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) is a non-government, non-profit, multi-ethnic business association. MCCC’s aims at promoting interaction, cooperation and development in trade, investment and other industrial and commercial fields between Malaysia and China as well as protecting the interests of their members. Currently, MCCC has 1,300 corporate members, covering trade, manufacturing, finance, agriculture, real estate, tourism, education, consultation and other industries.
Following the rise of China, MCCC has become increasingly important as a platform to promote Sino-Malaysian economic and trade development. On top of forming tight cooperation with government agencies such as Malaysia Ministry of International Trade And Industry, industrial and commercial organizations, China Enterprises Association in Malaysia, they also maintain close relationship with relevant Chinese government agencies, Embassy and Commercial Counselor’s office of PRC in Malaysia, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, China Overseas Exchange Association, China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment and so on.
In addition to frequent reception of delegations from various provinces and cities in China, they also organized, co-organized or participated in commodity exhibitions, economic, trade and investment fairs and conferences in Malaysia and China, such as the Canton Fair, China-ASEAN Expo, Central China Expo, China Jilin-Northeast Asia Investment and Trade Expo, China International Fair for Investment & Trade, as well as the China Import & Export Commodities Exhibition (Malaysia) held in Kuala Lumpur. Under the premise of creating a win-win situation, MCCC will continue our dedication to promote Sino-Malaysia economic and trade development and investment cooperation.
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