Shengzhou to forge closer business ties with Malaysia
A business delegation from Shengzhou, Zhejiang province visits Sabah, Malaysia on July 22-26. [Photo provided to ezhejiang.gov.cn]
A delegation of 36 business representatives from Shengzhou, Zhejiang province had a trip in Sabah, Malaysia from July 22-26 with the aim of cementing bilateral business relations.
Coming from different industries including agriculture, cross-border e-commerce, local snacks, textiles and cultural creativity, the delegation members visited the local cocoa plantation and Chinese schools and learned about the region's agriculture, industries, culture, tourism and education.
At an international forum held on July 24, Shengzhou companies introduced their products and demonstrated the distinctive snacks from the county-level city of Zhejiang to Malaysian participants. Several cooperation agreements were successfully signed between enterprises from the two sides.
To ensure better communication in the future, the Sabah United Chinese Chambers of Commerce announced they would set up a liaison office in Shengzhou.
Liang Caide, consul general of the People's Republic of China in Kota Kinabalu, state capital of Sabah, met with the Shengzhou delegation and expressed appreciation for the city's efforts in actively participating in China's Belt and Road Initiative. The official encouraged Shengzhou entrepreneurs to be more open-minded and to work to strengthen the connection between Chinese and Malaysian industries.