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Industry experts: First judging round for EEA 2021: (top row, from left) MRCA’s Afendi, Team’s Tan and ACCCIM’s Koong, along with (middle row, from left) ACCCIM’s Chai, MAICCI’s Samanan and MCCC’s Ngan, as well as (bottom row, from left) Amcham’s Vejay, KLMCC’s Rizal and Amcham’s Guo during the virtual judging held on Oct 14.

PETALING JAYA: Despite the headwinds brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, applicants for Export Excellence Awards 2021 have witnessed a positive growth trajectory year-on-year, according to the chief judges in the first round of judging for the awards programme.

“Our companies are more resilient than we give them credit for. While the world is going through turbulence and economic depression, through the submissions, we can see that they have found a way to grow year-on-year from 2019 to 2021,” said Kuala Lumpur Malay Chamber of Commerce (KLMCC) honorary secretary Rizal Abdul Rahman.

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