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Malaysia is eyeing investment from the Gulf in a bid to create millions of jobs and double national income by 2020.

The UAE is currently the South East Asian country’s largest trading partner in the Middle East with trade between the two countries reaching $4.7bn in 2009. But Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Najib Razak, thinks this figure could rise significantly in the coming years.

ABTV talks to Prime Minister Razak to find out what to find out what his country is doing to boost investment from GGC economies.

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