Malaysian nanotech firm signs RM257mil deal with Swiss company

Cheng (left) and GC Global Consulting GMBH founder and chief executive officer Raffael Wullschleger holding the MoU. Behind them are from left Bioeconomy Corporation project director and senior vice-president for BioIndustrial Zainal Azman Abu Kasim, Syed Mohamad Bakri and Nanotextile Sdn Bhd chief operating officer Jeff Ho Chin Woi.

ASTANA, KAZAKHSTAN: A Malaysian nanotechnology company at the Astana Expo 2017 here has exchanged a US$60mil (RM257mil) memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a Swiss-based company.

Nanopac (M) Sdn Bhd and GC Global Consulting GMBH exchanged the MoU at the expo's Malaysian Pavilion Wednesday in the presence of Malaysian ambassador to Kazakhstan Syed Mohamad Bakri Syed Abd Rahman.

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