NATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF MALAYSIA
“The COVID-19 era and beyond has placed colossal pressures on the business community in coping with the health dimensions, the new standards and expectations in the business ecosystem, and the rate of adoption of leading edge digital technologies to change the behavioral patterns of businesses and its customers”
I am honoured to be at the helm of the NCCIM Leadership which drives a federation of 5 key national trade associations; to strive collective deliverance of positive outcomes in NCCIM’s efforts to represent, promote and be the voice of the business community on the home and global business arena.
NCCIM aspires the realization of a highly coherent and collaborative private sector to cope with the business challenges on the home and global arena; especially in these times of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the need to cope with the surge in technological advancements that spurred rapid widespread emergence of changing market expectations and realities, and the uncertainties and tensions in global geo-political environment.
The private sector drives the economy; and coherence will enable the efficacy of quantitative feedback to the Government on economic and trade related dimensions to yield policies that build the nation’s competitive competence on home and global trade landscape and ecosystem.
Malaysia has the fundamentals and resources to cope with the global challenges, and there are avenues where we can build upon to reconfigure our strengths and competences to further enhance our competitiveness in the global economic landscape, especially in the post COVID-19 era.
NCCIM is in a continuous effort to optimize its competence and capacity to represent, promote and be the voice of the business community on the home and global business arena; and NCCIM is also committed to complementing the efforts of the Government in steering Malaysia to attain significant outcomes in the global markets.
DATO’ LOW KIAN CHUAN