Malaysian Trade Mission to Visit Denmark and Sweden

Malaysian Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Ahmad Husni Mohd Hanadzlah will lead a trade mission to visit the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden next month, local media reported Monday.
The visit, slated for May 5-15, aims to boost bilateral trade between Malaysia and the three countries respectively and attract more investment.
In conjunction with the visit, a seminar on “Business Opportunities in Malaysia” will be held in Amsterdam on May 7, in Copenhagen on May 10 and in Stockholm on May 14, the national news agency Bernama reported.
Among the targeted industries for mission members are biotechnology, health and medical devices, pharmaceuticals as well as information and communications technology, the news agency quoted an official from the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA) as saying.
Others include machinery and equipment, engineering support and manufacturing related services, said MIDA’s director for foreign investment promotion division, Afifuddin A. Kadir.
The trade event is jointly organized by MIDA and the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade).
Afifuddin encouraged Malaysian companies to take part in the trade mission. Those interested can register online at . gov.my before April 27.

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