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Malaysian businesses told to support Brunei Vision 2035

James Kon

High Commissioner of Malaysia to Brunei Darussalam Dato’ Raja Reza bin Raja Zaib Shah urged Malaysian businesses to support Brunei Vision 2035 and its economic strategy as well as comply with the country’s rules and regulations.

He said this when he continued his series of visits to the Malaysian business community in the Sultanate by heading to R&T Electronics Enterprise in Kiulap on Tuesday.

Dato’ Raja Reza was accompanied by First Secretary Rizal of the High Commission of Malaysia in Brunei Darussalam.

R&T Electronics Managing Director Frankie Ngu and spouse; Manager Andy Ngu and spouse; and Marketing Manager Andy Lim welcomed the high commissioner and the first secretary.

R&T Electronisc was established in 1983 as a company supplying electronic appliances, home appliances and services equipment.

High Commissioner of Malaysia to Brunei Darussalam Dato’ Raja Reza bin Raja Zaib Shah during the visit. PHOTO: R&T ELECTRONICS ENTERPRISE

The R&T Electronic Enterprise headquarters is in Kiulap with branches in Kilanas and Gadong.

The managing director and partners set up KLT gold shop in 2007 to support jewellery craftsmanship.

Frankie also opened Fuzhou Restaurant in August 2014.

He also established and D’season enterprise.

The workforce comprises 120 employees with 50 per cent locals.

The high commissioner said it is important for entrepreneurs to have innovative business models in addressing the Covid-19 challenges.

He also thanked Malaysian companies in the Sultanate for their participation in the country’s economic development and nation building as well as providing employment to locals.