17 jul 2018
CEOE Delegation to Malaysia

CEOE RECEIVED BY THE MAXIMUM REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MALAYSIAN FEDERATION OF ENTREPRENEURS (FMM) AND THE ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE CHAMBERS (ACCCIM)

The vice-president of CEOE, Joaquim Gay de Montellà, and the Economic and Trade Advisor to the Spanish Embassy, Rafael Matos, took part in both meetings.

CEOE’s business delegation, headed by its vice-president and president of the International Relations Commission, Joaquim Gay de Montellà, was received today by the top representatives of the Malaysian Federation of Entrepreneurs (FMM, CEOE’S counterpart) and Malaysia’s Chinese Associated Chambers of Commerce and Trade (ACCCIM), which were led by their vice-presidents, YBhg Dato’ Dr Ir Andy Seo Kian Haw and Dato’ Liew Sew Yee respectively.

The main goal of these meetings was to identify business and investment opportunities to strengthen bilateral and third market cooperation. Thw vice-president, Joaquim Gay de Montellà, was accompanied by the the Head of the President’s Cabinet and of the International and Institutional Relations Department, Narciso Casado Martín; and both meetings were also attended by the Economic and Trade Advisor to the Spanish Embassy, Rafael Matos.

CEOE’s business delegation to Malaysia
CEOE’s business delegation to Malaysia

Spain-Malaysia Business meeting

CEOE’s business delegation, made up of representatives from more than twenty Spanish companies dealing in markets related to consultancy on engineering, gas, oil, information technologies, airspace surveillance technology, legal services, aerospace, infrastructure or water treatment, participated in the Spain-Malaysia Business Meeting, held today in Kuala Lumpur in collaboration with the Malaysian Federation of Entrepreneurs.  At the meeting, they analysed opportunities for technological and industrial cooperation between both countries and in third markets.

They took advantage of this opportunity to renew the agreement of collaboration signed between FMM and CEOE 20 years ago, with the aim of strengthening bilateral business relations, through the identification of projects of interest, the promotion of key markets or the organization of periodic events in both countries.