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Dayak Chamber Set to Explore Opportunities in Myanmar

Malaysia’s Dayak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) members will make an educational and business trip to Myanmar in February, the association said.

Its Business Development Committee under the chairmanship of Kilat Beriak is organising the five-day trip, which starts on February 10.

DCCI said the visit aims for the participants to learn and understand the development taking place in Myanmar, especially their way of life and the economic activities of the country and to explore any business prospects.

Julau MP Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum will lead the delegation.

This is DCCI’s second overseas trip. In 2012, 50 businessmen, entrepreneurs and professionals went to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

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