Kenyataan Akhbar

EXIM Bank Distributes Its Special Edition Book On Exporting And International Trade To Universities In Malaysia

5 Oktober 2018

Kuala Lumpur, Friday (5 October 2018) – As part of its continuous Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) education initiative, Export-Import Bank of Malaysia (EXIM Bank) today handed out more than 200 copies of its special edition book entitled “Exporting and International Trade” written by Mr. AB Teoh to First City University College (FCUC). The specially designed book comes in three versions i.e. Bahasa Malaysia, English and Mandarin.

The ceremony started off by the handing over of books by Pn. Norzilah Mohammed, President/Chief Executive Officer of EXIM Bank to Tan Sri Dato’ Teo Chiang Liang, Director of First City University College witnessed by faculty members of FCUC and EXIM Bank representatives. It was then followed by a campus and library tour.

Prior to the event, EXIM Bank had earlier distributed more than 2,000 copies of the special edition book to University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) in Kampar, Perak, Multimedia University (MMU) in Air Keroh, Melaka and Asia Pacific University (APU) in Bukit Jalil. The books were received by Asst. Prof. Dr. Au Yong Hui Nee of UTAR and Asst. Prof. Dr Gerald Goh Guan Gan of MMU respectively.

EXIM Bank also plans to distribute the books to University Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK) in Kuala Lumpur next month. The Bank chose to hand out this book to universities due to its wide coverage on export procedures and processes in relation to Malaysia. It also covers International Trade which will provide a good reference for students wishing to be in the export-import business.

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