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Business associations support Malaysians in Cambodia

Business associations support Malaysians in Cambodia

Teh-Sing
Teh Seng

Two business councils support Malaysian business activities in Cambodia.  One is the Malaysian Business Council of Cambodia (MBCC),which is headed by Teh Seng.

“We we go about our work by organizing monthly activities like business meetings with Guest speakers from government and private sectors, networking nights with all other sister business associations, social gathering during our three main festivals like Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Aidil-Fitri and Deepavali,” Seng said.

The MBCC website is located at www.mbcambodia.org.kh and contains information about upcoming events and speakers.

Another organisation is called the Cambodia-Malaysia Business Council or CMBC, which is co-chaired by Okhna Seng Chai Hour.

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