Close competition for top spots in EEA 2021

Final round of EEA 2021 judging: (seated, from left) SMG group chief executive officer Alex Yeow and Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia managing director and CEO Abrar A. Anwar with (standing, from left) Azman, BDO Malaysia advisory executive director Mok Chew Yin, Sharimahton, BDO Malaysia advisory director Lim Sin Han and Nor Hasnah during the recent second round of judging held at Menara Star in Petaling Jaya. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

PETALING JAYA: It was tough deciding on the finalists for the top spots in the Export Excellence Awards (EEA) 2021, say judges at the second round of judging for the awards programme.

“There were close calls as most charted good sales and growth. So it was difficult to find out which company had the most advantage,” said Credit Guarantee Corp Malaysia Bhd (CGC) bumiputera development and products senior vice-president Mohamed Azman Mohamed Taufik.

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