Strong base for food exports


  • Business
  • Saturday, 13 Sep 2003

SULLIVAN O'CARROLL 

Managing director  

Nestle Malaysia Bhd 

 

AS the largest food manufacturer in Malaysia, Nestlé Malaysia produces products for the domestic, regional as well as global markets. With the government introducing incentives for locally-produced products, Nestlé Malaysia would be able to establish a strong base in existing as well as new export markets. 

This will in turn create more employment opportunities for Malaysians and help boost the Malaysian economy. New incentives for manufacturers could also result in global manufacturers relocating or setting up more manufacturing plants in Malaysia, which will also augur well for the domestic economy. 

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