WORLD FOOD DAY: “Change the future of migration. Invest in food security and rural development ”.

CHANGE THE FUTURE OF MIGRATION. INVEST IN FOOD SECURITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT World Food Day (WFD) is a day of action dedicated to tackling global hunger. It is celebrated on the 16th of October. The day is observed every year around the world in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and

Food Security Malaysia Looking forward to 2017

   “Malaysia imports over USD 15 Billion of food annually and exports far less, this is a major problem that needs to be address as the country moves forward with it’s vision of a developed nation” The MGBF Food Security Initiative will be based on the following strategic reponses to ensure that multiple stakeholders are

MGBF Food Security Initiative

 “Malaysia imports over USD 15 Billion of food annually and exports far less, this is a major problem that needs to be address as the country moves forward with it’s vision of a developed nation” The MGBF Food Security Initiative will be based on the following strategic reponses to ensure that multiple stakeholders are engaged

February 3rd, 2017|Categories: Featured, Food Security|0 Comments

Business Trip: Ipoh

Not all business in Malaysia is done in the capital Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysia Global Business Forum will look at the state capitals where there is plenty of business being done yet many overseas business people are yet to explore both in terms of business opportunities and as a place to visit. According to Invest

Supply Chain & Investment into Food Production

  The three mega global trends of population growth, demand created by the economic shift of Millions out of poverty and the volatility of the environment have set the stage for a new era in global food security. This is changing how companies and countries invest into food production. What affects will the Trans Pacific

BORNEO POST Online – Kuala Lumpur the choice for Arabs to set up offices

KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur has been rated the highest among South-East Asian cities for Arab companies to set up regional and representative offices according to a survey by Strategia International. In a statement, Malaysia Global Business Forum (MGBF) said the survey result came on the back of Malaysia being rated 18th in the Doing Business 2012