Malaysia to Host Special Sessions on Low Carbon Cities, Sustainable Finance and Halal Ecosystem in November
During the month of November, the Malaysia Pavilion will continue to host its 26-week thematic business programs in its Business Center.
The Ministry of Environment and Water and its Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Corporation agency will host the Low Carbon Cities Business and Business Week program through November 6, 2021. It will focus on the need to implement low-carbon solutions, including energy, mobility, waste and water, with activities such as pocket chats and business matchmaking sessions.
The next three weeks in November will be led by the Malaysian Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) with its agencies. The sixth week, from Sunday November 7 to Saturday November 13, is themed âSustainable Financeâ and will be virtually hosted by MITI and the Securities Commission Malaysia. The conversations will highlight the responsibility of the financial sector in driving sustainability, the resilience of Islamic finance to meet changing needs, and Malaysia’s leadership in product and service innovation.
Malaysia is a leader in the development of the global halal industry and MITI devoted a week to discussing the halal ecosystem. From November 14 to 20, visitors can look forward to discussions around the halal ecosystem and halal-related initiatives. Hosted with the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation and the Halal Development Corporation, the Halal Week business program will be complemented by a digital augmented reality showcase from Halal Malaysia (DASH) – an interactive monitor platform compatible with augmented reality ( AR) – allowing Malaysian halal organizations to virtually showcase their products and services. Products and services will be presented to users using AR in 2D and 3D formats as well as videos.
At the end of November, organized with the Northern Corridor Implementation Agency, it will focus on investment opportunities in the four northern states of Peninsular Malaysia, namely Perlis, Kedah, Penang and Perak.
The week of the automobile (EV / EEV) and green mobility ends in November and continues until December. It will showcase the latest mobility technologies, locally developed in Malaysia and will particularly focus on green initiatives.