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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian ICT companies recorded RM61.2 million potential sales at the Specialised Marketing Mission on ICT Related Services to Jakarta last week.
Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) said Malaysian participants received encouraging response during the mission.
"The RM61.2 million generated clearly showed Malaysian software and ICT- related services are of good quality and compatible for international requirements.
"One of the participants had signed a memorandum of understanding with two Indonesian companies for commercialisation and distribution of Math Quest games applications and components, including comic strips, mini-games installation, animation and bedtime stories in the South East Asia region.
"The collaboration is expected to generate over RM1.5 million revenue a year," the trade and investment promotion agency said in a statement.
Thirty-five senior officials from 18 companies and organisations were in the five-day mission from April 23. -- BERNAMA