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Support to EU Business in South East Asia (MALAYSIA)

The project is aimed at promoting Malaysia as a direct trade market and as an easy, cost-effective gateway to the ASEAN market of 600 million consumers. At the same time, Malaysian SMEs wanting to establish themselves regionally benefit from partnership with reputed and innovative EU companies which can offer high standard quality and services. 

The project is planned over a broad time-frame of 60 months and focuses on the four key sectors:
I) Transport & Infrastructure
II) Energy,Utilities & Environmental Services
III) Agribusiness
IV) Professional Services

The project also entails business services, capacity building, trade missions and informative web portals with IPR and Standards Help Desks.

EBN will be mobilising EU based companies to take part in some of the project events, including trade fairs and BtoB events.

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The Helpdesk is open!

Are you are seeking business opportunities in Malaysia and ASEAN? Need advise and support from verifiable experts? 

SEBSEAM-M EU SME Helpdesk is an initiative by EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EUMCCI), to provide a trusted platform for EU SMEs to ask qualified experts about expanding your business into the Malaysia and ASEAN markets

 http://www.eu-sme.my


 

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Project duration: 26 Apr 2014 to 31 Aug 2018
Project funded by EuropeAid
Project type: International Project
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Eligible countries: All Countries
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Robert Sanders

Project added on 26-04-2014 15:36 by Robert Sanders. 6035 page views

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