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Malaysian Companies Encouraged To Invest In Senegal

News From : DagangHalal.com (15 Jan 2009)

Senegal ambassador to Malaysia, Abdel Kader Pierre Fall, said companies which operate in Halal food products in Senegal can easily export their products to other African nations, Europe, United Kingdom and the United States. With having this good opportunity, Malaysian Halal Food Companies have been encouraged to invest in Senegal to tap the potential markets in Africa, Europe and the United States. Abdel Kader added, if a Malaysian company sets up shop in Senegal, it will do very well because Senegal represents a huge market of 230 million people (comprising a regional grouping of 15 countries) and the majority of them are Muslims. Apart from Halal foods, other potential Malaysian exports include cars, electronic goods and machinery. Abdel Kader said the main objective of the one-day forum was to offer a platform for disseminating information on existing investment potential among Malaysian companies eager to reinforce their presence in Senegal and Africa. Reference: Bernama News January 14, 2009 20:36 PM http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsbusiness.php?id=383735

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