Malaysian Exporters Association

Malaysian Exporters Association has been established in March 2011 as a national, non government and non-profit organization. Its main aim is to assist Malaysian companies in their quest to develop and promote their exports and to upgrade their status to meet current global challenges.

Trade Mission to Cambodia 24th to 27 November 2013 , Sunday to Wednesday, 24 – 27 November 2013


Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia that borders the Gulf of Thailand. Neighboring countries include Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. The geography of Cambodia is mountainous in the southwest and north and dominated by the Mekong River and Tonle Sap Lake.

The government system is a multiparty democracy under a constitutional monarchy; the chief of state is the King and the head of government is the Prime Minister. Cambodia has a mixed economic system, self-defined as a planned economy with markets, in which the economy includes a variety of private freedom, combined with centralized economic planning and government regulation. Cambodia is a member of the Association of Southeast
Asian Nations (ASEAN). Click here to download full report

It is not surprising, then, that Cambodia is becoming a magnet for ASEAN companies preparing international expansion plans and looking for alternative production bases with low-cost labour. Cambodia offers ample opportunities for export of Malaysian products and services. Malaysians should move in more aggressively in this market to tap its enormous potentials.

Due to this huge potential in the various sectors, the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organising a General Trade Mission to Vientiane from 24 to 27 November 2013. This mission is managed by the Malaysian Export Academy.

Trade Mission to Laos- Sunday to Wednesday, 27 – 30 January 2013

Due to this huge potential in the various sectors, the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry organised a General Trade Mission to Vientiane from 27 to 30 January 2013. This mission is managed by the Malaysian Export Academy.


To explore Laos’ business potentials
To obtain first hand information on the practical aspects of Doing Business in Laos
To meet potential business partners in Laos

Report on MEXPA’s visit to High Commission of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

MEXPA representative met up with Sri Lanka Ambassador. H.E. Mr K. Godage. This senior gentleman Ambassador gave the delegates an insight of Sri Lanka and its roots, history and political struggle of power. He spoke as the Tamil Tigers operation as the north of Sri Lanka had more Jaffna or Tamil speaking people. H.E. praised the prime minister and Malaysia development. He said though Malaysia was a multiracial country it had been stable and peaceful.

Sri Lanka, he said had the Sinhalese and Buddhist people and shine worship was an important point. He said most project sores left Sri Lanka due to political unstably but now with the present Prime Minister, things was changing and the economy was growing. These were some unrest but people were expecting this part of life.

MEXPA members who attend the visit were Mr Kabur, Madam Sevaran Kaur, Dato’ Ramesh, Mr Alex, Mr Koh and Mrs Mei Ling. President explained that MEXPA was looking at working with Sri Lanka. There were business heel in relocating but were concern on safely
High Commissioner welcomed serious buyers and investors as Sri Lanka had much to offer.

Report prepared by;
Puan Sevaran Kaur JP
State rep. (NS)/ Liaison officer of MEXPA