MALAYSIA PAVILION RANKS AMONG TOP 10 OF MOST VISITED PAVILIONS AT EXPO 2017

Over 100,000 visitors learn about Malaysia’s green capabilities at the Pavilion 4 July 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan  – The Malaysia Pavilion is one of the top 10 most visited pavilions at EXPO 2017, according to an attendance report issued by the organiser of EXPO 2017 Astana here.

 

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MALAYSIA IDENTIFIED OVER USD113 MILLION WORTH OF INNOVATION PROJECTS

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MALAYSIA IDENTIFIED OVER USD113 MILLION WORTH OF INNOVATION PROJECTS DURING WEEK 3 OF EXPO 2017 ASTANA

3 JULY 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan – The business matching sessions held during the “Green Innovation: Powering the Future” Week organised by the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation, Malaysia (MOSTI) at the Malaysia Pavilion here at EXPO 2017, saw potential collaboration in bio-based and innovation projects worth more than USD113 million between Malaysian companies and their counterparts from Kazakhstan, India, China and Switzerland. [Read more…]

ENERGY EFFICIENCY TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT THE MALAYSIA PAVILION DURING WEEK 2 OF EXPO 2017

Malaysia Pavilion at Astana Expo 2017

Highlights Include Malaysia’s Energy Efficiency Successful Initiatives,
GaN on GaN Invention and Development of Blue LEDs
20 JUNE 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan – Malaysia will continue advocating Green Growth at EXPO 2017 here, with a focus on Energy Efficiency, as part of the weekly-themed Business Programme held at the Malaysia Pavilion throughout the thirteen weeks of EXPO 2017.
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MALAYSIA IDENTIFIED USD1 BILLION WORTH OF ENERGY PROJECTS DURING WEEK 1 OF EXPO 2017

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Business Matching Session Held During Malaysia’s Renewable Energy Week Saw Potential Cooperation Between Malaysian Companies and Kazakh Counterparts
20 JUNE 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan – The business matching session held during the Renewable Energy Week programme organised by Malaysia at EXPO 2017 here, saw potential cooperation in energy projects worth about USD1 billion identified between Malaysian companies and their Kazakh counterparts.

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