Despite the pandemic, the Malaysian business community remains upbeat on the growth of the Kingdom’s local economy and the country’s potential as a trading partner.
In keeping with its tradition, the Malaysia Business Council of Cambodia (MBCC) hosted a Chinese New Year gala dinner at the NagaWorld grand Ballroom Saturday night, attended by more than 200 Malaysians and invited guests.
To usher in the year 2020, Malaysian Business Chamber Cambodia (MBCC) members converged on Naga1’s The Pangea Restaurant to feast on sumptuous spread of buffet food, ranging from beef steak and rolls to traditional local dishes.
The Malaysian Business Chamber of Cambodia (MBCC) hosted a briefing, followed by a luncheon for its members in Sunway Hotel, aimed at updating members on tax regulations that took place this year.
During the Merdeka dinner reception last week, emcee Syed Azmeer, Vice President of MBCC, said that the new “Sayangi Malaysiaku” logo is very important.