KUALA LUMPUR: Sim TzeTzin, Malaysian Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry said young talents in Malaysia and China will get new opportunities through the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as the cooperation between the two countries continues to deepen further.

While addressing the Talent Endowment Forum and Fair the minister said the cooperation and economic exchange have brought job opportunities for students and graduates in both Malaysia and China since the bilateral relationship was established 45 years ago.

The implementation of the BRI and the greater bilateral cooperation will involve more versatile talents from the two countries, Sim said.

Thirty companies including Chinese enterprises in Malaysia participated in the forum.

Source: Xinhua News Agency