Malaysian PM calls on Saudi Arabian firms to boost investment hinh anh 1Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim (Photo: The Star)

Kuala Lumpur (VNA) – Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has called on Saudi Arabian business community to invest more in Malaysia as the latter is under a stable government with clear policies.

Talking to Saudi and Malaysian businesspeople on March 23, he said the new government under his leadership is committed to making it easier to do business in the country with reforms that support business and the Madani agenda.

He appealed to some of the business community, soon after Ramadan, to send delegations and meet their counterparts. All their necessary support will make a lot of difference for the Muslim world and hence promote more vibrant economies, he added.

The leader mentioned Malaysia’s priorities in the current period, including digital technology, food security and infrastructure.

Anwar is on a visit to Saudi Arabia from March 22-24. Saudi Arabia is Malaysia's largest trade partner and the largest source of imports from West Asia. Two-way trade reached 10.26 billion USD last year, up 159.2% from 2021./.