Malaysia and China in sister port pact


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  • Saturday, 01 Aug 2015

Contributions remembered: Kong presenting a plaque and a gift as tokens of appreciation to retired staff Aazame Abdul Ghani (centre) at the Port Klang Authority Raya open house. At right is the PKA general manager Datuk Kapt David Padman.

PORT KLANG: Malaysia and China are poised to see a boost in trade, logistics and tourism with the formation of friendship ports bet­ween the two nations.

Malaysia’s Port Klang is establishing sister-port relationships with seven ports in Chi­na, namely in Shanghai, Ningbo, Tianjin, Guang­zhou, Xiamen, Dalian and Fuzhou.

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