Dutch firms told to explore opportunities in Malaysia


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  • Thursday, 04 May 2017

ISKANDAR PUTERI: With investments by Dutch companies hitting RM48.2bil so far, more investors from the Netherlands are encouraged to explore opportunities in this country.

The Netherlands ambassador Karin Mossenlechner said fields that could be explored include engineering, finance, digital economy and smart city.

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