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

South African Wines from the Western Cape Show Increasing Gains in Mainland China

South African wine exports to China are increasing rapidly, having reached 11 million litres in 2014, authorities said on Friday [13 November 2015]. Since 1994, South African wine exports have grown from 50 million litres to 500 million litres globally. China is currently South Africa’s 6th largest export market for packaged wines by volume, said

China Has Emerged as Malaysia’s Largest Importer of Durian Paste

Durian farmers should further improve the quality of their fruit following its growing commercial export and stronger demand for the fruit. Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Fama) director-general Datuk Ahmad Ishak said the initiatives of the government and food manufacturers in diversifying the use of durian have attracted more lovers of the fruit especially in Asia.

China Keen to Import Halal Food Products from Malaysia

Several provinces in China are seeking over 1,000 halal products from Malaysia and some of them have been identified by the government. Agriculture director-general Datuk Ahmad Zakaria Sidek said for a start, products like lemongrass tea, chocolate and cookies would be exported to the provinces…Full Article: Bernama June 2014 Key Point Malaysia’s Director-General of Agriculture

Chinese Groundnut Oil Producer Proposes Reverse Takeover of Malaysian Telecom Company

China edible oil producer, Henan Xinghe Oil and Fat Co Ltd, plans to introduce its branded oil products to Malaysia in the wake of a proposed reverse takeover (RTO) of Key West Global Telecommunications Bhd. The move will mark the first foray of the company, one of China’s top six edible oil makers, out of

The Malaysian Government Announces Plan to Increase Durian Fruit Exports to China

The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) today lauded the government’s plan to increase durian exports to China. Chinese customers were now increasingly aware of the Malaysian durian and love the fruit’s taste, says Matrade Senior Trade Commissioner in Beijing Abu Bakar Yusof when commenting on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s announcement in