Keep abreast of global issues, Brunei business players told


Mohd Amin delivering his speech at the business summit. - BB

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): With heads of state from Asean and its Dialogue Partners, along with business CEOs and thought leaders converging at the Brunei Asean Business and Investment Summit on Oct 25, it is important for local players in the business community to understand various issues around the world, said Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office and Minister of Finance and Economy II Dato Seri Setia Dr Awang Mohd Amin Liew Abdullah.

“It may not be relevant to everyone, but it is paramount for us. Whatever happens out there, it changes the way they do their business, which in turn will affect us over time, ” he told the local media on Wednesday (July 7), on the sidelines of the Asean Business Advisory Council’s (Asean BAC) launching of the Asean Business Roundtables, the Asean Business and Investment Summit and the Asean Business Awards 2021.

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