Business Mission to Kelantan & Terangganu (2015)
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Terengganu: Its main industry is petroleum and gas. There are huge petrochemical complexes near Paka and Kerteh involving many joint ventures between the Malaysian national oil company and foreign multinationals.
Agriculture also remains important, with rambutan, durian, banana and watermelon and other fruits and vegetable available in season.
Kelantan has a chiefly agrarian economy dominated by rubber, rice and tobacco. Fishing along its 96-kilometre coastline is also an important economic activity. Cottage industries which employ traditional skills in handicraft production such as batik, woodcarving and songket weaving are also evident.
Kelantan has become the first state to introduce the gold dinar and silver dirham as official currency.
Kesuma hope to provide participants a platform to promote your products and services with the officials and relevant business groups to source for opportunities and collaboration
This mission is supported under International Marketing Activities Programme (iMAP).
Please contact the organising Trade Association and Chamber (TA/C) as listed at the bottom left of this page should you have any enquiry.