Ong: Move towards manufacturing value-added products


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  • Tuesday, 14 Jun 2016

SEKINCHAN: Malaysia must stop relying on commodities export but instead, move towards manufacturing value-added products, says International Trade and Industry Minister II Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan (pic).

Ong pointed out that manufacturing exports made up 80.2% of the country’s total exports, a figure several times higher than that of commodity exports.

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