Sarawak Economic Transformation Lab 2011
Sarawak Economic Transformation Lab organised by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti), picked seven sectors: manufacturing, service, education, agriculture, tourism, renewable energy and women entrepreneurship for discussion to identify competitive projects that could impact the state’s economy in terms gross national income, investment and job opportunities.
Photo shows YAB Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud struck the gong to launch the Sarawak Economic Transformation Lab while YB Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan , Deputy Minister for International Trade and Industries (MITI) and Dato' Nik Zainiah Nik Abd Rahman (left), advisor for MITI looked on.
140 participants comprising dealers, entrepreneurs, academicians, civil servants and representatives of dealers associations and non-governmental organisations are involved in a three-day Sarawak Economic Transformation Lab from 12 - 14 July 2011 at Riverside Majestic Hotel, Kuching.
Datu Haji Ismawi bin Haji Ismuni, the Director of Sarawak State Planning Unit was presenting a Briefing on Sarawak’s Economy; Current Development and Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE).
Mr. Chai Foh Chin (left), Honorary President, and Mr. Peter Chai, Council Member attended the Manufacturing Sector, State Level Economic Transformation Laboratory.
Mr. Chiou Huey Ping (2nd row, left), the Vice-President attended the Manufacturing Sector, State Level Economic Transformation Laboratory.
Mr. Chai Koh Haw, Council Member (centre) attended the Manufacturing Sector, State Level Economic Transformation Laboratory.
Posted Date: 28 Feb 2012