KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government, through the Sabah Economic Advisory Council (SEAC), is planning a visit to China to attract more investors after the Covid-19 pandemic ends, according to Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji Noor.
He said Sabah needed China’s support especially in the tourism, property investment, infrastructure and agriculture sectors to stimulate the state’s economic growth.
“The Sabah government will enhance the existing good relations and bilateral cooperation with China. Good relations between Sabah/Malaysia and China have benefitted both parties, ” he said. — Bernama
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