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NEW UPDATES Asean Affairs   24 June 2014  

MIBEX 2014 promotes Malaysia business

Dato Sri Hasan Malek, Malaysian minister for trade and cooperatives, officiated on Saturday the Malaysia-Indonesia Business Expo (MIBEX) 2014 at Jakarta Convention Center.

“The MIBEX 2014 aims to providing a platform for Malaysian business players to introduce and market their products and services to Indonesia,” he said after briefly touring the expo.

He said he hoped the event would give Malaysian business players the opportunity to meet with their Indonesian counterparts as well as participants from other countries and to develop their business.

MIBEX was launched in 2012. Following the expo, Antara news agency reported, at least 22 Malaysian companies opened outlets in Indonesia. Among the franchisee outlets were Bangi Kopitiam, Old Town White Coffee and Genius Mind Academy.

At least 25 Malaysian companies took part in the expo, which ran until June 22. “Malaysia and Indonesia share similarities in language, culture and values. This will make cooperation easier,” he added.

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