Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak uncovered room for positive mutual trade collaboration during his visit to Burma this week, reports Bernama news agency. Najib told a press conference on Thursday that he was examining several new approaches to trade with the military-dominated nation. He said that Burma had offered two new oil blocks to Malaysia’s national petroleum company Petronas. “The President [Thein Sein] hopes that Petronas can provide training to the Myanmar people,” he said. There were also five memorandum of understandings signed between Malaysian companies and their Burmese counterparts.