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Business council to strengthen relations

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Update: 6:40PM THE launch of the Malaysia-Fiji Business Council in Kuala Lumpur last week will allow the Fijian and Malaysian business communities to communicate directly, share market intelligence and facilitate business and joint ventures.

In a statement this afternoon, the Ministry of Information said the council would support the flow of technology, capital and experts.

"The Malaysia-Fiji Business Council will help potential investors identify opportunities and take advantage of them. It will work with Fijian authorities and business associations to identify trade opportunities, in terms of both imports from Malaysia to Fiji and exports from Fiji to Malaysia," Attorney-General and Minister for Industry and Trade Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said at the launch.

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