Malaysia builds trade links with Abu Dhabi at huge construction expo
Malaysia’s trade emissaries are keeping busy lately. In latest news, the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) said it wants to build more trade links with Abu Dhabi in the UAE and has shown its commitment with a 1000 square meter pavilion at CityBuild Abu Dhabi, a building and construction industry exhibition. Malaysia’s pavilion will be the largest international exhibitor, and Matrade expects it to be a symbol of Malaysia’s established position as one of the wealthy Gulf state’s major suppliers of construction materials and services.
CityBuild Abu Dhabi will be held for the second time from 17-20 April 2011, alongside the Cityscape Abu Dhabi exhibition. The exhibitions attracted over 34,000 visitors last year and both are examples of Abu Dhabi’s booming construction sector: there are currently 1,600 projects worth some US$560 billion either in progress or about to begin.
source & article: Gulf News
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