Mon, 01 Jul 2013 10:00:00 GMT
Tesco launches Taste of Malaysia programme in South Korea

Dato’ Hasan Malek, Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism; Azlam Shah Alias, Director of Government Relations & Corporate Affairs, Tesco Malaysia; Georg Fischer, Chief Executive Officer, Tesco Malaysia; and SungHwan Do, Chief Executive Officer of Homeplus Korea with the Malaysian products.



Malaysian suppliers will have the chance to reach millions of consumers in South Korea. (© Priority Communications)
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  • Malaysian suppliers will have the chance to reach millions of consumers in South Korea. (© Priority Communications)
  • Malaysian suppliers will have the chance to reach millions of consumers in South Korea. (© Priority Communications)
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According to Fischer, as a leading multinational retailer, Tesco is in a unique position to offer Malaysian local suppliers the opportunity to go global.

Joining the TOM programme are 15 Malaysian SMEs. “Their products have gone through meticulous processes and evaluation to ensure they meet all the necessary requirements of the Korean authorities,” said Fischer.

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