Penang seeking to capitalise on US-China trade war

Susan Loone


Penang will take a multi-pronged approach to minimise the impact of the protracted trade dispute between the United States and China on the economy, according to special adviser to the chief minister Lee Kah Choon.

At a press conference today, Lee said the trade war could even create new business opportunities for Penang's manufacturing industry...

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