More Chinese agriculture firms set to venture into Asean

Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) president Tan Yew Sing(pic) said that more Chinese technology

KUALA LUMPUR: The increasingly close cooperation between China and Asean will spur more Chinese agricultural enterprises to make their foray into the region moving forward.

Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) president Tan Yew Sing said that more Chinese technology “genes” would be injected into Asean products, allowing “China’s excellent agricultural technology to take root and bear fruit on Asean soil.”

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