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Malaysian rubber products delegation meets Navin


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A delegation of natural rubber products manufacturers from Malaysia called on Plantation Industries Minister Navin Dissanayake recently. The meeting was on the sidelines of the delegation members’ participation at the sixth edition of COMPLAST (Complete Plastic Exhibition) and the third edition of the International Rubber Expo and fourth edition of COMEXPO (Complete Manufacturing Expo) last week.  The Minister and the delegation discussed measures to develop the Lankan rubber industry further with emphasis on exports. The delegation comprised Plastics and Rubber Institute Malaysia (PRIM) President Chan Pak Kuen, Vice President Lim Sum Teck, Assistant Hony. Secretary and Universiti Kuala Lumpur Associate Prof. Dr. Ong Siew Kooi, Committee members Steven Ng, Chan Lee Khim, and Lim Chern Horng. 


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