Kong: Port links will spur growth


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  • Friday, 27 May 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Cooperation between ports in Malaysia and China will bring more opportunities for trade, logistics services, infrastructure development and investment in both countries.

The Prime Minister’s special envoy to China Tan Sri Kong Cho Ha said the signing of the Port Alliance in November last year will spearhead cooperation in information sharing, port infrastructure investments and the development of new routes.

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