Malaysia benefits from Oman promotion

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Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

Malaysian companies are looking forward to a bonanza of sales from a recent trade trip the Omani capital of Muscat.

The 1Malaysia Promotion is expected to generate potential sales of almost RM30 million, according to a Bernama report. Products changing hands include protective clothing for works in the oil and gas industry, processed food and jewellery. In addition, sales were record in IT surveillance systems, tourism and training programmes.

The Malaysian delegation was led by International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

The trip was designed to highlight the diversity of products and services that Malaysia is able to offer potential customers in the GCC countries and beyond.

Also playing a key role was the Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation, which was reportedly happy with the volume of sales given the fact that Oman is a relatively new and small market. This shows that there is plenty of potential in the country and its fellow GCC members.

In addition to sales, the two sides exchanged two memorandums of understanding for the distribution of Malaysian-made products in Oman and collaboration in capacity building for the Omani people.

The 1Malaysia Promotion involved nine ministries and agencies, 28 companies representing sectors such as construction, healthcare, ICT, education, tourism and halal products, among others.

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Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

Malaysian companies are looking forward to a bonanza of sales from a recent trade trip the Omani capital of Muscat.

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Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

Malaysian companies are looking forward to a bonanza of sales from a recent trade trip the Omani capital of Muscat.

The 1Malaysia Promotion is expected to generate potential sales of almost RM30 million, according to a Bernama report. Products changing hands include protective clothing for works in the oil and gas industry, processed food and jewellery. In addition, sales were record in IT surveillance systems, tourism and training programmes.

The Malaysian delegation was led by International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

The trip was designed to highlight the diversity of products and services that Malaysia is able to offer potential customers in the GCC countries and beyond.

Also playing a key role was the Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation, which was reportedly happy with the volume of sales given the fact that Oman is a relatively new and small market. This shows that there is plenty of potential in the country and its fellow GCC members.

In addition to sales, the two sides exchanged two memorandums of understanding for the distribution of Malaysian-made products in Oman and collaboration in capacity building for the Omani people.

The 1Malaysia Promotion involved nine ministries and agencies, 28 companies representing sectors such as construction, healthcare, ICT, education, tourism and halal products, among others.

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