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Governor Mao meets with Malaysian Minister of Transport

2024-06-10 16:17:09

Mao Weiming, governor of Hunan Province, met with Loke Siew Fook, Malaysian Minister of Transport in Changsha on the afternoon of June 7, 2024. Zhang Jianfei, deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Hunan Provincial People’s Congress, and Qu Hai, secretary general of the People’s Government of Hunan Province, attended the meeting. Cai Dianwei, chairman of Hunan Construction and Investment Group (HCIG), and leaders of other relevant units and companies participated in the discussion. 


Governor Mao welcomed the guests and briefed them on the economic and social development of Hunan Province. 

He hopes that both sides will jointly implement the important consensus reached by the two heads of state to build a China-Malaysia community with a shared future for humanity, increase personal interactions, strengthen cultural and educational exchanges, enhance industrial cooperation, and promote the construction of key cooperative projects under the Belt and Road Initiative. 

He also looks forward to enhancing the partnership between Hunan and Malaysia in the areas of rail transit and infrastructure, and achieving mutual benefits in industrial development, sci-tech innovation and resource sharing. 


Minister Loke spoke highly of the efficiency, convenience and innovative vitality of China and Hunan’s transportation construction in particular. Malaysia will actively respond to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, learning from its solutions for sustainable development of the rail transit industry, and continuing to expand pragmatic cooperation with Hunan in the fields of transportation, economy and trade as well as culture and tourism, to promote the Malaysia-China friendship.

HCIG entered the Malaysian market in 2014 and established a branch in Malaysia. For many years, it has successively undertaken multiple projects, including Golden Bay Project in Johor, 4.99 MW Photovoltaic Power Station Project in Tawau and 45MW hydropower EPC project in Pahang. It has established a good reputation in the Malaysian construction industry and further strengthened its brand influence in the Southeast Asian market. 


HCIG hopes it can participate in the construction and implementation of Malaysia’s infrastructure development plan through this exchange, and engage in deep cooperation with the Malaysian government in such fields as highways, water transportation and municipal projects, to better serve Malaysia and the wider ASEAN market.