HANGZHOU: The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) is going all out to assist Malaysian enterprises to venture into the global market.
Its president Datuk Ter Leong Yap said its participation at the recent China International Fair for Investment and Trade in Xiamen, Fujian province, was an effort to bring Malaysian businesses abroad and connect them with potential partners.
“About 180 businessmen occupied 54 booths at the Malaysia ACCCIM pavilion. Feedback from the exhibitors showed that some of them have successfully secured deals at the event,” he said.
Ter and his ACCCIM national council members were in Zhejiang province as part of the delegation led by International Trade and Industry Minister II Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan to boost bilateral trade.
Ter added that ACCCIM, which has 100,000 members nationwide, was keen to work with China International Trade Promotion Committee (CCPIT) of Zhejiang and Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to promote Malaysian businesses on e-commerce platforms.
He also said that ACCCIM was more than willing to extend its assistance to the other chambers of commerce, including the Malay and Indian chambers, which have also expressed their keen interest to break into the China market.
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