Successful HLB Asia Pacific Conference 2011 - Kuala Lumpur
This year's 2011 HLB International Asia Pacific Conference took place from 1 to 4 June in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia.
The theme of the conference was "International Business Development - Opportunities and Best Practice". HLB delegates from more than 20 countries attended this conference.
With the support from the hosting firm HLB Ler Lum, the first half day of the Asia Pacific Conference is an Open Financial Forum entitled "Sustainable Value Creation- Future Business Challenges", which was jointly organized with Malaysia-China Friendship Association (MCFA).
The Deputy Finance Minister I of Malaysia Y.Bhg Senator Dato' Ir. Donald Lim Siang Chai delivered the key note speech at the forum, which was followed by a press conference. The business session is facilitated by HLB speakers as well as external speakers like Dato' Abdul Majid Ahmed Khan, the Former Malaysian Ambassador to China, President of MCFA, Dr. Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada of University Malaya.
Over 100 external guests from Malaysian business community joined HLB delegates at the open forum, including His Excellency Chai Xi, Ambassador of China to Malaysia, Y.Bhg Dato' Ng Kek Kiong, Chairman of Nagamas International Berhad, Mr. Zhou De Rui, Deputy Mayor of Yongzhou Municipal Government, Hunan Province, China.
Press Conference of the Deputy Finance Minister I of Malaysia Y.Bhg Senator Dato' Ir. Donald Lim Siang Chai (second from the left)
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