You are invited to a Parliamentary Talk co-organised by think tank Political Studies for Change (KPRU) and KEADILAN Trade and Investment Bureau.

Details of the Parliamentary Talk are as follows:

Date: 27 November 2013 (Wednesday)

Time: 12.00pm to 1.30pm

Venue: Bilik Taklimat, Level 2, Main Block, Parliament.

Subject: Malaysia-China Investment Ties

Speaker: Khor Yu Leng, Khor Reports

Moderator: Ooi Heng, KPRU

Admission is free.

Please find flyer attached: KPRU Parliamentary Talk 27 Nov 2013


About the speaker:

Khor Yu Leng is a political economist and graduate of Oxford University and the London School of Economics. First working in the financial sector, she is now an independent analyst, working on customized research and qualitative analysis reports for global corporate clients. She is a specialist in market research, resource-based industries, frontier markets, political-economy, sustainability and risk. Yu Leng is also Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. “ISEAS Perspective: The Significance of China-Malaysia Industrial Parks“ was issued 17 Jun 2013 and she is currently working on a co-author academic article on Malaysia-China investment ties. Yu Leng has been interviewed or cited by international media including the Financial Times, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, BBC News and Al Jazeera.

One thought on “Parliamentary Talk on “Malaysia-China Investment Ties” on 27 November 2013

  1. Hi Ooi, thank you for your invitation to the talk in parliament regarding trade with PRC on the 27/11/13. Some of my friends would also like to attend. Just 2 of them from USM. Can they attend? and how? Can we just go to parliament or do we need to show any documents like a letter? Thanks.

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