GM Klang Sdn Bhd, aiming to make GM Klang Wholesale City the largest and most comprehensive one-stop international wholesale city in Southeast Asia, could realise its dream more quickly if the government makes it easier for international wholesale and retail players to do business here. Managing director Datuk Lim Seng Kok hopes for support and assistance from federal and state governments not only to promote the project abroad but also to help simplify entries and exits by legitimate foreign business-owners. He is also confident Selangor’s royal town of Klang is well-positioned to help GM Klang Wholesale City achieve its goal. Envisioning it as a re-export centre for wholesale products to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) and countries such as Pakistan, Turkey, China and India, he says Klang has port facilities such as North Port, South Port and West Port. GM Klang Wholesale City’s ability to take big orders and send or redirect goods to their destinations will strengthen Klang’s position as an international trade hub. “We want this to be a place where business can be done from all over the world,” says Lim, who also hopes to create high-value job opportunities in Selangor.