Five companies sign up with Chinese bank to promote services via MM2H programme


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  • Sunday, 18 Nov 2012

MM2H collaboration: Dr Ng speaking with Bank of China (M) Bhd personal banking department senior executive Janice Tan at its booth at the Malaysian pavilion during the China International Travel Mart in Shanghai.

SHANGHAI: Riding on a wave of Chinese nationals joining the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme, five Malaysian companies have signed up with the Bank of China to provide services to their prospective clients.

Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the cooperation between her ministry, Bank of China and the private sector was an unusual development in promoting the MM2H programme to foreigners.

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