Sabah seeks Romanian investments

Sabah seeks Romanian investments
View of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah’s capital

The Malaysian state of Sabah wants more Romanian businessmen to explore investment opportunities especially in the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC), it turned out during a ceremony to set up of Romanian honorary-consulate in Kota Kinabalu on January 14.

Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said the establishment of Romania’s honorary-consulate in Sabah would “pave the way for more visits by Romanian businessmen to the land below the wind [Sabah] and further encourage economic relations.”

“On my part, I wish to affirm my assurance that Sabah would assist in facilitating your office in exercising its functions and duties in Kota Kinabalu,” he said at the opening of the honorary-consulate, according to news agency Bernama.

Anifah also said he was pleased with the appointment of businessman, Datuk Clarence Bongkos Malakun, as Romania’s honorary-consul and that he would assume an active role in promoting bilateral relations between Malaysia and Romania.

“I hope to be able to lead a trade delegation to Bucharest, Romania, in the near future to cement business deals and explore new opportunities for Malaysia businessmen and entrepreneurs, as well as, invite Romanian businessmen and entrepreneurs to come and invest in Malaysia, particularly in Sabah,” he said.



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[caption id="attachment_6512" align="alignleft" width="300"] View of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah's capital[/caption] The Malaysian state of Sabah wants more Romanian businessmen to explore investment opportunities especially in the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC), it turned out during a ceremony to set up of Romanian honorary-consulate in Kota Kinabalu on January 14. Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said the establishment of Romania’s honorary-consulate in Sabah would "pave the way for more visits by Romanian businessmen to the land below the wind [Sabah] and further encourage economic relations." “On my part, I wish to affirm my assurance that Sabah would assist in facilitating...

Sabah seeks Romanian investments
View of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah’s capital

The Malaysian state of Sabah wants more Romanian businessmen to explore investment opportunities especially in the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC), it turned out during a ceremony to set up of Romanian honorary-consulate in Kota Kinabalu on January 14.

Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said the establishment of Romania’s honorary-consulate in Sabah would “pave the way for more visits by Romanian businessmen to the land below the wind [Sabah] and further encourage economic relations.”

“On my part, I wish to affirm my assurance that Sabah would assist in facilitating your office in exercising its functions and duties in Kota Kinabalu,” he said at the opening of the honorary-consulate, according to news agency Bernama.

Anifah also said he was pleased with the appointment of businessman, Datuk Clarence Bongkos Malakun, as Romania’s honorary-consul and that he would assume an active role in promoting bilateral relations between Malaysia and Romania.

“I hope to be able to lead a trade delegation to Bucharest, Romania, in the near future to cement business deals and explore new opportunities for Malaysia businessmen and entrepreneurs, as well as, invite Romanian businessmen and entrepreneurs to come and invest in Malaysia, particularly in Sabah,” he said.



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