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Kuantan Port serves as new entry point for tourists from China

KUANTAN: Bilateral trade and investment between Malaysia and China received another boost with the arrival of cruise container ship MV Bei Bu Wan Zhi Xing (The Star of Beibu Gulf) during its maiden voyage on the “Maritime Silk Route” tour itinerary with 284 passengers and crew.

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Don’t be left behind, senator tells Sarawak

KUCHING: With Asean set to become a community by year-end, Sarawak must take steps to actively participate in the region or risk being left behind.

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Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can reduce the cost of doing business with China by capitalising on the renminbi clearing house, Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong said.

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An authentic Thai showcase in KL

BRINGING the best to Malaysia from our neighbour in the north, Thailand Week 2015 at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre in Kuala Lumpur offered visitors a chance to indulge in genuine Thai flavours.

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Trade boat to China

SMEs encouraged to take part in Oct 10 China SME fair aimed at establishing entrepreneurial ties between the two countries.

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Govt to ensure TPPA rules fair

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Malaysia and Czech Republic to expand trade

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia and the Czech Republic hope to further boost trade in education, defence and tourism.

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Hopes of the people

PERAK’S Budget 2016 is expected to be tabled at the state assembly on Nov 17.

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Tourism to boom, absent racialism

The Chinese chamber of commerce says it’s vital to stop racial provocations if the country is serious about bringing in investment and tourists; proposes free trade agreement with China. HO WAH FOON has the story.

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China to help ‘Silk Road’ SMEs

China’s new Silk Road, which is expected to draw US$160bil in infrastructure investment alone, presents a huge opportunity for Malaysian SMEs. And China’s PM Li Keqiang has agreed to assist SMEs looking to participate, reports HO WAH FOON.