Hong Kong’s Kwai Chung Customs Seizes Smuggled Red Sandalwood Timber

Hong Kong Customs announced Thursday [21 September 2017] that it had seized about 12,370 kilograms of suspected red sandalwood from a container at the Kwai Chung Customhouse Cargo Examination Compound…Full Article: Xinhua Sept 2017 Key Point The shipment of red sandalwood, valued at USD 8.7 million, arrived in Hong Kong from Malaysia. ChinaAg Comments In

Malaysian Palm Oil Exports to China Struggle to Compete with Indonesian Supply and Cheap Soybean Oil

While Malaysia, the world’s second largest producer of crude palm oil (CPO), is seeking to export more palm oil to China following Prime Minister Najib Razak’s visits to China, it may be a tall order this year, as soybean supplies remain ample and Indonesia, another major CPO producer, still has its competitive advantage over Malaysia.

‘Malaysia in Shanghai’ Program to Help Promote Malaysian Food Exports to the Mainland

Durian, coffee and bird’s nest – those are the three most popular Malaysian products that the Chinese are eyeing. Other products well received during the Food, Hotel, Catering China expo at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre were confectioneries, food sauces and pastes…Full Article: The Star Online Post Nov 2016 Key Point From January to

Malaysian-financed Desalination Plant in Tianjin Gets the Green Light

Xianda (Tianjin) Seawater Resources Development Co, a leading environmental engineering firm in Asia, announced Thursday [3 November 2016] a construction and operation agreement for the first zero-liquid discharge seawater desalination project in China. The deal takes place during Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s seven-day visit, which started from Monday, in China. He said at the

Malaysia and Yunnan Province Hope to Increase Agriculture Trade and Cooperation

Yunnan province in China hopes to increase trade with Malaysia through commercial links in the agriculture sector. Its Department of Commerce deputy Director-General Ma Yongfu said trade between them was about US$120million (RM466million) annually. The province mainly exported fresh flowers, agriculture produce and daily necessities to the country while receiving oil palm and rubber products