Theme Aligned With United Nations' Sustainability Blueprint
ASEAN must uphold rules-based free markets for trade and investment as a bloc in spite of potential short-term opportunistic benefits brought on by the U.S.-led trade wars
While ASEAN member states typically will respond to the United States-China trade war on the basis of individual national interests, it is also in the member states’ national interest to collectively make ASEAN economic integration and beyond more real in order to position the East Asian Region as the bedrock of future expansion and prosperity.
The EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EUMCCI) proudly held its annual trade & investment forum – the ‘EU-Malaysia Trade and Investment Forum 2018’ at Doubletree by Hilton, Kuala Lumpur.
Highlighting the strengths of the Malaysian business landscape, as the most cost-effective entry-point into the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) region, Roberto Benetello, the CEO of the European Union-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is proud of EUMCCI’s role as a strong business ally of entrepreneurs from both sides of the partnership.