Call for joint efforts to help SMIs go global


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  • Monday, 09 Jan 2006

THE RM3.8bil set aside by the Government for this year will help fast track the small and medium-sized industries' (SMIs) growth and competitiveness in the global market, according to the SMI Association of Malaysia. 

Association president Chua Tiam Wee said the fund was timely, and possibly the largest in recent times to be allocated to the sector. 

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