Kasa’s business programmes at Expo 2020 Dubai generates RM16.33bil in potential trade, investment


KUALA LUMPUR: Business programmes led by the Ministry of Environment and Water Malaysia (KASA) at the recently concluded Expo 2020 Dubai have provided opportunities for local industries to expand their green footprint globally with RM16.33 billion in potential trade and investment leads garnered.

In a statement today, minister Datuk Seri Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said the trade and investment leads were generated through the signing of 19 partnership documents with parties from various nations as well as 246 business enquiries received during business matching sessions.

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