Malaysian, Chinese firms sign deals worth $2.8 billion in potential investments By StuffsEarth

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KUALA LUMPUR (StuffsEarth) – Malaysia’s trade ministry said on Thursday it facilitated an exchange of deals between Malaysian and Chinese companies worth 13.2 billion ringgit ($2.80 billion) in potential investments.

The deals include collaborations in banking, oil and gas, energy, and education, the trade ministry said in a statement.

($1 = 4.7080 ringgit)

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