Sun, 25 Feb 2024

HEADLINES :




Kota Kinabalu Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry receives Aussie business visit
Published on: Thursday, June 15, 2023
Text Size:

 Kota Kinabalu Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry receives Aussie business visit
Lui said Sabah and Australia relationship had been traditionally close for many years. Both side exchanged ideas and views on bilateral relation, trade investment as well as education sectors.  
Kota Kinabalu: The President of Kota Kinabalu Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KKCCCI), Datuk Michael Lui Yen Sang said it will play an intermediary role to enhance bilateral trade and strengthening business relations between local and foreign companies.

Lui received a courtesy call on Tuesday from Minister-Counsellor (Commercial) of Australian Trade and Investment Commission, Paul Sanda and Australian Consul Sabah, Datuk Andrew Shim at his office at Wisma KKCCCI.

Also present were KKCCCI’s Deputy President Datuk Chang Chin Shin JP, Vice Presidents: Andy Lim Chen Kwong, Kapitan Peter Tiew Sii Neng, Lee Nyuk Chong, Lim Young Peing and Executive Secretary Tan Kar Seng.

Paul briefed the KKCCCI on investment and business opportunity in Australia, especially business activities were flourishing well during the post-pandemic.  

He also mentioned about further study in higher education, vocational education and tourist destination in the country.  

Paul Sanda hoped of a strong communication with KKCCCI and urged to liaise directly with Datuk Andrew Shim for any enquiry or to get feedback in regard on these matters.

Lui said Sabah and Australia relationship had been traditionally close for many years. Both side exchanged ideas and views on bilateral relation, trade investment as well as education sectors.  

Both parties agreed to share useful information, problems and solutions to each other in future in order to further strengthen bilateral ties between both sides.

* Follow us on Instagram and join our Telegram and/or WhatsApp channel(s) for the latest news you don't want to miss.

* Do you have access to the Daily Express e-paper and online exclusive news? Check out subscription plans available.





ADVERTISEMENT


Advertisement 






Top Stories Today




Business Top Stories


Follow Us  



Follow us on             

Daily Express TV  







close
Try 1 month for RM 18.00
Already a subscriber? Login here
open

Try 1 month for RM 18.00

Already a subscriber? Login here