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Forum to boost Sino-Malaysia business partnership

( Updated: 2012-09-21 16:15

The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations aspires toward regional economic integration by 2015 and to form the ASEAN Economic Community. To facilitate this, the China-Malaysia Strategic Business Partnership Forum will bring together CEOs from China's most dynamic and fast growing enterprises and their counterparts in Malaysia.

The forum, to be held in Kuala Lumpur on Sept 21, is jointly organized by the China Daily Asia Leadership Roundtable and the Aigo Entrepreneurs Alliance.

The forum will see leaders from key sectors including technology, energy, natural resources, finance, agriculture, tourism, manufacturing and other strategic industries share ideas on how to realize their business potential and work together as strategic partners.

The China Daily Asia Leadership Roundtable is a by-invitation network of movers and shakers in Asia providing platforms for focused dialogue, issue investigation, and possible collective action on strategic issues relating to economy, business and social development in Asia.

It aims to enhance communication and increase mutual understanding among China, other Asian countries and other nations.

Established in 2004, the roundtable is supported by the Asia News Network, an alliance of 21 leading newspapers from 19 Asian countries and regions.

The Aigo Entrepreneurs Alliance, which aims to help 100 Chinese private companies join the ranks of the Fortune 500, was founded by Feng Jun, chairman of Aigo Digital Technology, in cooperation with a consortium of influential entrepreneurs.

The alliance aims to promote leading Chinese brands from private sectors to win the global market.

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