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Chinese PM predicts another golden era in China-Malaysia ties

Beijing, Jun 21 (Prensa Latina) Chinese Prime Minister Li Qiang predicted that the next 50 years of relations with Malaysia promise to be another golden era if the efforts of the business communities and other actors from various sectors are concerted.

“As bilateral relations continue to deepen, the alignment of their development strategies, the emergence of complementary strengths and the continuous advancement of industrial improvements will bring more new opportunities for economic and trade cooperation, and for investment and business,” he claimed.

Li highlighted the crucial role played in the last 50 years by economic and commercial cooperation in the development of ties between both countries. “China is willing to work with Malaysia to accelerate the implementation of several collaborative agreements, jointly advance important projects, expand cooperation and achieve more win-win results for both sides,” he said.

The Prime Minister expressed his hope that enterprises of the two countries will continue to explore each other’s markets in depth, make full use of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, and continuously tap the growth potential of trade and investment for mutual benefit.

The Chinese head of government urged entrepreneurs to actively expand collaboration in emerging fields such as ecological development and the digital economy, and to design better plans for the development of future industries, including artificial intelligence and life sciences.

Li Qiang also called to continually optimize the allocation of resources in order to become leaders of innovative development, as well as contribute to connectivity between people, promoting communication, dialogue and cultural and interpersonal exchanges between the two nations.

Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim called China an inclusive and friendly country that understands different cultures, and stressed that both nations always adhere to mutual respect and learning and their cooperation is mutually beneficial. “Malaysian-Chinese relations are rich in connotations and deep in meaning,” he said, reaffirming that Malaysia is firmly committed to fostering friendly relations with China and is willing to work to further consolidate mutual understanding through dialogue.

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